Amanda Jones is a teacher-librarian from Watson, Louisiana. She is the 2021 School Library Journal Co-Librarian of the Year, a 2021 Library Journal Mover and Shaker, and the 2020 Louisiana School Librarian of the Year. Amanda is the Vice President of the Louisiana Association of School Librarians, an AASL Social Media Superstar, and a member of the Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Committee. She is passionate about school library advocacy and promoting the love of reading.
The New York City School Librarians’ Association would like to recognize a K-12 librarian that develops dynamic, innovative programs and whose instructional collaborations foster student engagement and achievement.
Applications are due March 1st, 2022!
Please be sure you meet the following criteria before proceeding: • You are a current NYCSLA member • You are NYS certified or enrolled in a certification program • You are assigned to work in the library at least 50% of your time
The winner agrees to the following obligations: • The winner will give a workshop on a program or technology that they have used in the library
The winner of the NYCSLA School Librarian of the Year Award will be announced during School Librarian Month in April 2022!