The 2019-2020 Black-Eyed Susan Award Winners 

 

The Maryland School Librarian of the Year is Announced!

Congratulations 2020 School Librarians of the Years

April Wathen, St. Mary's County Public Schools

Donna Mignardi, Calvert County Public Schools

 

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Black Eyed Susan 2020-2021 Nominees

The Black-Eyed Susan Committee of the Maryland Association of School Librarians is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 nominees. As always, please be sure that these books fit the needs of your school and community.

Please note that the 2019-2020 nominees will remain on the website as the "Current Nominees" until voting for this year closes. Please continue to encourage your students to vote until the extended deadline of May 25, 2020. 

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The Benefits of Membership

Members of MASL enjoy member benefits such as free webinars and professional development opportunities.  Professional development opportunities are advertised in our monthly newsletter. A subscription to our monthly MASL newsletter is included with your membership.  With your membership you will also enjoy a reduced rate to our annual conference. Joining MASL will also allow you access to our Black-Eyed Susan book award teaching materials and much more. Currently, we are at 400 school librarians strong and growing. Won't you consider joining us?   Annual membership is $25.00.

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Maryland's Monthly Amazing Librarian

Each Month, MASL recognizes an outstanding school librarian for her or his contributions to the profession.  Nominate yourself or a fellow librarian for this honor.   To nominate, you need to provide a short statement of what amazing things you are doing in your school library, a quick bio, and share a picture. The nomination process takes less than 10 minutes. You or a colleague could be Maryland's next Monthly Amazing Librarian.  Find out about past recipients and  more on how to participate in this monthly event by clicking on the continue reading button below this article

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