Featuring Area Rep Blake Hopper

by Brandi Hartsell TASL is an amazing organization. But it is the people who dedicate their time and energy that make it great. We at TASL Talks want to highlight our leaders and express our gratitude for their commitment to our wonderful profession. We will be featuring each member of leadership throughout the remainder of... Continue Reading →

Featuring Area Rep Johnnie Sue Hawley

by Brandi Hartsell TASL is an amazing organization. But it is the people who dedicate their time and energy that make it great. We at TASL Talks want to highlight our leaders and express our gratitude for their commitment to our wonderful profession. We will be featuring each member of leadership throughout the remainder of... Continue Reading →

Featuring Area Rep Katelyn Jernigan

by Brandi Hartsell TASL is an amazing organization. But it is the people who dedicate their time and energy that make it great. We at TASL Talks want to highlight our leaders and express our gratitude for their commitment to our wonderful profession. We will be featuring each member of leadership throughout the remainder of... Continue Reading →

Featuring Area Rep Emily Squires

by Brandi Hartsell TASL is an amazing organization. But it is the people who dedicate their time and energy that make it great. We at TASL Talks want to highlight our leaders and express our gratitude for their commitment to our wonderful profession. We will be featuring each member of leadership throughout the remainder of... Continue Reading →

TASL Librarians of the Month – September 2020

by Brandi Hartsell Each month TASL recognizes three school librarians from across the state for their outstanding service to their school and community. Congratulations to the September 2020 Librarians of the Month. East TN Librarian of the Month Daniece McAmis Name: Daniece McAmis Hometown: Greeneville, TN School: EastView Elementary School District: Greeneville City School Grades... Continue Reading →

TASL Plans Ahead for Banned Books Week!

by Xan Lasko It’s coming!! Banned Books Week is September 27 – October 3, 2020. The TASL Intellectual Freedom Committee has curated some resources for you to help display those challenged, banned, and controversial titles in our libraries.  Remember that it may be uncomfortable, but it is right to protect student rights to materials that are enlightening, accessible, equitable,... Continue Reading →

2020 Conference Roll Call

Written by Lindsey Kimery Stop right now and read this post! If you joined us this summer for the TASL Virtual Road Trip, then you know this year's annual conference will look a little different as it will be completely virtual, but it is going to be out of sight! Today is a great day... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑