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Louise Meredith School Library Media Award
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Purpose: To honor Louise Meredith for her 28 years of devoted service as the Tennessee State Department of Education School Library Supervisor and to stimulate interest in promotion of school library media services as essential components of the daily learning experiences, K-12.
Recognizes: A school librarian who has made unique and worthy contributions to his/her school instructional program, community, and/or professional landscape through exemplary school library media services.
  • Candidates for this award must hold certification as a school librarian and be currently serving in that role at a K-12 school in Tennessee.
Nominations for this award may be made by teachers/colleagues, building-level supervisors/principals, district-level staff, fellow librarians, or community members who have worked closely with the nominee.  All nominees will be contacted and asked to provide supplemental information prior to the selection of the award winner.
The recipient of the Louise Meredith Award will be honored with a plaque and one free year of TLA membership (for the membership year in which the award is received).. 


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