SSL 2019 Carol A. Kearney Educational Leadership Institute Scholarships
"Transform Learning with the Reimagined ESIFC"
Dr. Barbara Stripling, Developer of original ESIFC
Sara Kelly Johns, Michelle Miller, and Penny Sweeney, NYLA/SSL Past Presidents and AASL Implementation Team Members
August 7-8, 2019 at Syracuse University Sheraton, Syracuse, NY
**Institute begins August 7 at 1PM and ends August 8 at 3PM**
The reimagined Empire State Information Fluency Continuum (ESIFC) will provide a comprehensive continuum of information fluency skills PK-12 and clear guidance for school librarians to integrate the teaching of essential information fluency and inquiry skills across all grade levels and throughout the curriculum. The stills of the ESIFC will align with the expectations of various nation and NYS standards document, including NextGen science standards, New York's Social Studies and ELA standards, and AASL and ISTE standards.
**All participants will receive 12 hours of NYSED approved CTLE Credit**
Please visit the NYLA/SSL website to download an application today. There is only one application, but there are several scholarships that will be given out. You must be a NYLA/SSL member in order to apply. Not a member yet? No problem, join today!
Deadline: Monday, April, 29, 2019
Carol A. Kearney Leadership Institute 2019 Scholarships
There will be one scholarship awarded for the Carol A. Kearney Leadership Institute Scholarship. This scholarship is sponsored by SSL.
There will be one scholarship awarded for the Marcia Eggleston Empowering Leadership Scholarship. This scholarship is sponsored by Dawn Pressimone, SSL Awards Chair and Librarian at Wayne Central Elementary School in the Wayne Central School District.
There will be one scholarship awarded for the Mary Joan Egan Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is sponsored by the auction proceeds at the Leadership Institute.
There will be several scholarships awarded for the Leadership Institute Scholarship. These scholarships are sponsored by the auction proceeds at the Leadership Institute.
Please email all applications, narratives, and recommendations by the deadline of Monday, April 29, 2019 to SSL Awards Chair Dawn Pressimone at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact her at 315-524-1135 with any questions.
This award recognizes an Elementary or District Administrator who has been responsible for initiation, maintenance, and/or the improvement of an Elementary School Library Program in a New York State school district during the past 3-5 years. The recipient will receive a plaque acknowledging their support of the School Library Program.
This award recognizes a Secondary or District Administrator who has been responsible for initiation, maintenance, and/or the improvement of a Secondary School Library Program in a New York State school district during the past 3-5 years. The recipient will receive a plaque acknowledging their support of the School Library Program.
This award is given to an individual who is currently enrolled in a MLS program working towards the School Library Media Certification. The recipient will receive $1000 from SSL to go towards their educational expenses, plus registration costs for the SSL Conference.
This award recognizes a veteran school librarian who seeks professional benefits through the continuing education opportunities and collegiality provided by attending the SSL Conference in its entirety. The recipient will receive $500 from SSL to help cover conference expenses.
The Awards recognize a School Librarian seeking professional benefits through the continuing education opportunities and collegiality provided by attending a SSL Conference in its entirety. The applicant also should be a leader or emerging leader in the area of school librarianship. The recipient will receive money towards conference expenses as indicated below
List of Past Recipients for SSL Conference Awards and Scholarships - coming soon
List of Past Recipients for Library Leadership Insitute Scholarship - coming soon
NYLA/SSL LITERARY AWARDS
Launched in 2007, The 3 Apples Book Award is awarded annually in three different categories: Young Reader, Children, and Teen. The award was developed to encourage the joys of reading for pleasure. What makes the award unique is that titles are culled and nominated entirely by kids, for kids. School and Children’s Librarians from across the state oversee the process, but the titles chosen are generated entirely by participating youth.
In 1991, NYLA/SSL established the Knickerbocker Award for Juvenile Literature. It recognizes a New York State author who has demonstrated, through a body of work, a consistently superior quality which supports the curriculum and the educational goals of New York State Schools.The award is named for a group of 19th century New York State authors who wished to nurture a national literature. It is presented annually to a living author/illustrator currently residing in New York State.