Monday, January 26, 2015

Vote for Pottsgrove Library, Help Them Win Money

Blogger's Note: The following was found on the Pottsgrove School District web site and re-produced here to spread the word!

Pottsgrove High School is in the running to be named one of the world’s most innovative schools and it needs your support to win.

There’s a share of $200,000 on the line, and the best way to help Pottsgrove get a share is to vote..

A few weeks ago, Danielle B. Small, library media specialist, entered the Follett Challenge, a program created by Follett to find and reward schools for their work applying technology, content and creativity in ways that engage students, foster literacy and promote critical thinking. 

As part of the competition, she created a short video about what makes Pottsgrove's program unique.

You can support them by viewing the video and voting for the submission at website under the “View Entries” tab or at the following link:

Twenty percent of the total score is based on how well the district spreads the word about its video and earns votes! 

You can cast one vote per day until to January 30, 2015, so be sure to visit daily.

Your vote could make the difference in helping our school be crowned the Follett Challenge champion!

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