MSLA Region: Metrowest
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Proposals for the 2021 Conference are now being accepted and due 12/8/20.
The Conference will be ONLINE and held Sunday March 21 and Monday March 22, 2021.
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We had a great turnout at our first-ever "Combined Area Virtual Event" on Thursday, Oct. 29th...
Our Bubble Bubble Toil and Trouble was a fun way to connect members from MetroWest, Northeast and other areas, too, all dressed up and ready to scare up some potions for overcoming this crisis,.
Many thanks to Barb Fearless Fecteau and Laura Haunted Harrington for collaborating on this. The attendees were in good spirits as we discussed what's working, what isn't, and how are are all coping! It was the first, but it won't be the last!
NEXT ON THE AGENDA... Nominate a colleague (or yourself!) for an Award! Below are examples of the recent winners. Nominations will be opening soon -- think about how you can highlight the creativity of a librarian!
2020 AWARD WINNERS from MetroWest Area!
Judi Paradis Action Grant : Kristie Hanley, Whitemore Elementary School, Waltham
Administrator Advocate Award: Dr. Jeffrey Marsden, Superintendent, Medfield Public Schools
Peggy Hallisey Leadership Award: #Anita Cellucci, Westborough High School
M.S.L.A. (Super Librarian): Maria D'Orsi, Medford High School
Margaret Kane Schoen, Newton South High School
PALS (Parents as Library Supporters): Loring Elementary School PTO, Sudbury Public Schools
Web Seal of Excellence: 2020: Felicia Quesada Montville, Brown Middle School, Newton Public Schools
Interested in helping organize our next MSLA MetroWest event? Have a specific topic you would like to address? Email us! We are looking for YOUR needs and input... and willing to do whatever it takes to make your Library World a better place! Thank you!