Thursday, May 31, 2012

A Decade of Success at Navajo Pine

After a decade of working with Navajo Pine High School in Navajo, New Mexico, located on the eastern side of the Navajo Nation, we are pleased to report on the outstanding progress on building their library resources. Reader to Reader has donated over 13,000 books and 40 computers.

Navajo Pine has achieved the highest check out rate per student of any high school in the district.

“Navajo Pine has a check out per student of all schools, including elementary level that is above average,” reports Navajo Pine librarian Carla Clauschee. “This is very unusual for a high school library. All the numbers show that NPHS has a collection that is current and on topic for students' tastes. We also have the classics too. All this is thanks to you. Thanks David, you and your program really have helped create a great library.”

It has been our pleasure.

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