Summer Reading Program – Not just for kids!
Summer is a great time to let your community know what the library has to offer!
Libraries can use summer as a showcase to engage and connect with the community by offering programs for:
- Community-at-large (intergenerational)
- Summer Reading at New York Libraries [DLD] – Access to information, resources, research, downloadable materials and online registration tools brought to you by the Division of Library Development.
- Studies show that library summer reading programs will raise student learning levels and help prevent learning losses during the summer months.
- Collaborative Summer Library Reading Program [CSLP] – Member libraries will access the manual, clip art and order incentives through the CSLP site. Please create an account, it’s free, to access all of these components provided to you by NYS.
Every member library is required
to submit an online Summer Reading Program Final Report.
This information is sent to the Division of Library Development and assists your library with needed statistics for the Member Library Annual Report
Due by September 28, 2018
PDF Preview of the 2018 Questions
One report per library. If you have a branch library all information for both buildings should be included in one report.
Questions? Contact MHLS Library Sustainability Associate & Communications Specialist Kerstin Cruger, email@example.com