[kids-lib] January iREAD Newsletter forward
BERGQUIST Greta * SLO
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From: iREAD Reading Programs <iread at ila.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 27, 2021 1:36 PM
To: BERGQUIST Greta * SLO <Greta.BERGQUIST at slo.oregon.gov>
Subject: iREAD Newsletter
iREAD News View this email in your browser<https://mailchi.mp/ila/iread-summer-reading-order-deadline-approaching-736138?e=c0a8f58de6>
January 27, 2021
iREAD 2023: Find Your Voice
We are thrilled to announce the theme for iREAD 2023: Find Your Voice! Our voices have power. We use our voices to share stories, express ourselves, and spark change. Our voices include not only the sounds we make, but the words we write, the art we create, the movements we perform, and the actions we take each day to impact our world. iREAD 2023: Find Your Voice will provide a context for exploring books, history, social justice, and STEAM fields as well as develop library programs and services that empower patrons of all ages to make their voices heard.
NSLA Launches a New Summer Innovation Fellowship
[https://mcusercontent.com/6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55/images/2c5e7eea-e02f-49af-9e84-34273e5d3581.png]NSLA believes summer learning programs provide a unique and flexible opportunity for leaders to try out and measure the effectiveness of new ideas and strategies, creative partnerships, and policies before scaling.
The severity and enormity of the societal challenges we face in America require entrepreneurial leaders to pursue innovative solutions. NSLA is launching a new Summer Innovation Fellowship for leaders of color, which will offer:
* $25,000 towards implementing an in-person, virtual, or hybrid summer learning program;
* A personal NSLA Coach to work with the fellow and a team with planning;
* Access to NSLA tools, resources, and convenings to support their work;
* Mentoring opportunities with experienced role models and leaders in the field; and
* Free registration to NSLA’s annual “Summer Changes Everything” national conference.
We aim to support emerging leaders of color who are:
* Looking to launch, modify or expand a new program serving low-income students;
* Model and promote unique and innovative practices, partnerships, or policies;
* Address an unmet need and offer students some combination of academic, enrichment, and physical and social-emotional supports.
* Interested in measuring their success and joining the NSLA Community.
Applicants should be sponsored by or apply in conjunction with a fiscal sponsor such as a school district, nonprofit, or government agency.
For more information and to apply, visit the NSLA website.<https://ireadprogram.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55&id=f0a612307d&e=c0a8f58de6>
Share Your Creativity!
Ideas for the 2022 iREAD Resource Guide Still Needed
iREAD is seeking contributors for the 2022 Resource Guide. [https://mcusercontent.com/6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55/images/082a6968-496c-4c72-ae10-ac1988440221.jpg] The theme is Read Beyond the Beaten Path, which encompasses camp, nature, and more. We are looking for programs, bibliographies, crafts and displays for little kids, big kids, teens, adults, and families. Details and submission forms can be found on the iREAD website<https://ireadprogram.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55&id=8ca2b9a42c&e=c0a8f58de6> and the deadline to submit is February 28, 2021.
Note: Contributors get recognition and their names get published in the Resource Guide.
If you have any questions, please contact iREAD at iread at ila.org<mailto:iread at ila.org>.
(Image: Kayla Miller<https://ireadprogram.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55&id=01f703d72f&e=c0a8f58de6> - 2022 Read Beyond the Beaten Path graphics)
Next iREAD Order Deadline Is March 1
[https://mcusercontent.com/6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55/images/5cefbeb0-cf1c-419b-b21a-30c1391ead7c.jpg]Place your order online<https://ireadprogram.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55&id=fdc1b59473&e=c0a8f58de6> by March 1 to receive your items by May 1, 2021.
The theme for iREAD’s 2021 summer reading program is Reading Colors Your World.<https://ireadprogram.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55&id=ad98b8fda0&e=c0a8f58de6>
Library patrons young and old will be encouraged to be creative, try new things, explore art, and find beauty in diversity.
As always with iREAD summer reading there is no membership fee required or time limit imposed. You can use the graphics and programming year-round to support your library!
If you have any questions, please email us at iread at ila.org<mailto:iread at ila.org>.
(Image: Yuyi Morales<https://ireadprogram.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55&id=679b481546&e=c0a8f58de6> - 2021 Reading Colors Your World graphics)
About the Program
Since 1981, iREAD has developed successful summer reading programs. Our mission is to provide high quality, low-cost resources and products that help local library staff to motivate children, teens, and adults to read. As a coordinated, self-supporting effort developed by the Illinois Library Association and librarians, every purchase from iREAD helps to promote and assist the great work of libraries.
To learn more, visit our website<https://ireadprogram.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=6e70654dccbd86e15c572ad55&id=0ddd915c8e&e=c0a8f58de6>.
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