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Last Updated: Apr 25, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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About the Contributors

Pam Cassel is a school librarian at Adams Elementary School in Lincoln. She also coaches half time in the Lincoln Public Schools District.

Contact information:

  • Adams: 402-436-1121
  • LPSDO: 402-436-1839
  • LPSDO Box 53
  • Email:

Melody Kenney is the library media coach for Lincoln Public Schools.                                                                                              

Contact information:

  • Phone: 402-436-1832
  • LPSDO Box 53
  • Email: 

About this Guide

Begun during the 2014-15 school year, the purpose of this collection is to share great ideas from one LPS librarian to another.  We've organized this information to reflect the many different aspects of librarianship.  

Included are ideas for:

  • Program administration
  • Library classroom management
  • Library instruction
  • Library environment
  • Reading promotions
  • Makerspaces and Centers

Visit often as information and ideas will change continually as we add throughout each school year.


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