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  1. 2013 Steppingstones to Success Grant Overview LSTA Early Math and Science Literacy

  2. Participating Libraries • Barneveld • Boscobel • Cobb • Darlington • Dodgeville • Hazel Green • Mineral Point • Montfort

  3. Grant Activities • Library Staff Training • Steppingstones to Success workshop – Feb. 25 • Bridges out of Poverty workshop – date TBA • Collection Development • Library Programming • Math & Science concepts in Story time and SLP • Program for parents and caregivers

  4. What needs to happen?? • Libraries meet with partnering agencies • Early math and science literacy materials ordered, cataloged • Incorporation of math and science concepts into story times and SLP where appropriate • Program for parents and caregivers planned and held • Marketing of grant activities • Grant Activities are evaluated

  5. When: Libraries meet with partnering agencies First meeting should be ASAP Meet periodically as grant activities required

  6. When: Incorporation of math and science concepts into story times and SLP where appropriate • Plan in March • Conduct?

  7. When:Program for parents and caregivers planned and held • Plan in March • Hold in summer or early fall

  8. When:Marketing of grant activities • Announce grant award -- Now • Before and after grant events (new books added to collection, story time & SLP, parent & caregiver program)

  9. When: Early math and science literacy materials ordered, cataloged • Begin to place orders in March; aim for 95% by May

  10. When: Grant Activities are evaluated • After each program • Monthly circ reports • At six months • Observations throughout grant year

  11. How: Keeping Records of grant activities • Financial • Keep copies of invoices for grant expenditure • Create and keep contracts for speaker/presenter fees • Submit requests for reimbursement monthly

  12. How: Keeping Records of Grant activities • Evaluation • Depending upon how you decided to evaluate the grant it could be: • Creating surveys • Observation lists • Circulation Reports: Special location created for collection

  13. Questions??