Explore the Shared Foundations with AASL

Written by Sarah Culp Searles Hello TASL!  I have a special project I’ve been working on and hope to finish soon, and I’m delighted to have the chance to share a bit about it with you here. As you may know, AASL is gradually releasing six books related to the National School Library Standards called... Continue Reading →

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FREE Webinar: Tackling Racism in Children’s Literature

by Brandi Hartsell We are excited to announce our final webinar of 2020 is now open for registration! As a special treat, this webinar is NOT restricted to TASL members only. Register now to get a taste of what members have access to all year long. As a reminder, membership renewals are coming up in... Continue Reading →

November 2020 Librarians of the Month

East TN Librarian of the Month Name: Scot Smith Hometown: Oak Ridge, TN School: Robertsville Middle School School District: Oak Ridge Schools Grades Served: 5-8 Average # of Students Per Class: 22 What do you love most about being a school librarian? Sharing my enthusiasm for books and stories with students and teachers What would... Continue Reading →

TASL Awards Presented at September Conference

by Brandi Hartsell The Tennessee Association of School Librarians sponsors a number of annual awards and scholarships. These awards are presented each year during the TASL Conference. We would like to congratulate this year's winners and thank them for their hard work and dedication to the profession! We would also like to thank Angela Frederick,... Continue Reading →

VSBA Committee Members Share Their Experiences

by Brandi Hartsell The Volunteer State Book Awards (VSBA) are sponsored each year by the Tennessee Library Association and the Tennessee Association of School Librarians. Children and teens across Tennessee are asked to read from a list of nominated titles and vote for their favorite. These lists are developed by committees of librarians from throughout... Continue Reading →

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