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Document #8.2 - Library Performance Report - 4th Quarter FY2013

Document #8.2 - Library Performance Report - 4th Quarter FY2013

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Document 8.2 Board of Library Trustees Meeting November 20, 2013
 
DC Public Library
 
Performance Report
 
FY2013
 –
 Q4
 
Demographic Source: DC State Data Center 2007-2011 ACS Key Demographic Indicators Report.
 
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Document #8.2 Board of Library Trustees Meeting November 20, 2013
Wards 1 & 2
 
Georgetown, Mount Pleasant, West End
Demographic Information
 
Wards 1 & 2 make up 25% of the District’s total population
 with 156,112 residents.
 
15,657 are children, youth, and teens, 122,409 are adults, and 18,406 are seniors.
 
The mean household income is $108,803.
 
7.8% of families are at or below the poverty line.
 
3.9% of the population is unemployed.
 
88.4% of the population aged 25 or older has attained a High School Diploma.
 
68.4% have gone on to earn their BA or higher.
 
21.2% of the population speaks a language other than English at home.
Programming Highlights
Service to Children, Youth, and Teens
 
Georgetown Neighborhood Library held “Dig into Dinosaurs” as part of their Summer Reading Program.
Participating children learned how to correctly uncover foam dinosaur bones and learned about the differences between different species of dinosaurs. Using models they also learned how to put dinosaur skeletons together.
 
West End
Neighborhood Library Children’s
Staff visited the School Without Walls at the Francis-Stevens Educational Campus to discuss a school year partnership. The school library at the School Without Walls has been closed for the past two years and the West End Library staff are working with teachers to ensure that students are able to have access to a full array of library services.
Service to Adults
 
On August 30, Mount Pleasant Neighborhood Library partnered with the Dance Institute of Washington for a performance professionals resume workshop. The Dance Institute of Washington, which was created to strengthen the local and national dance community by promoting dance and the arts, had 30 students attend.
 
Georgetown Neighborhood Library has partnered with Language ETC to offer English Conversation Classes. Classes meet twice a month on Monday and Wednesday mornings. The classes have drawn about a dozen students per session from various linguistic backgrounds including Chinese, Spanish, Russian, and Amharic.
 
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Document #8.2 Board of Library Trustees Meeting November 20, 2013
Library Programs
 
 –
All Ages
Q4FY2012142FY2013257050100150200250300
Number of Programs
Q4FY20126,940FY201310,32302,0004,0006,0008,00010,00012,000
Program Attendance
Q4FY201237,724FY201347,802010,00020,00030,00040,00050,00060,000
Circulation
Q4FY2012193FY20133420100200300400
Number of Programs
Q4FY20127,578FY201311,07802,0004,0006,0008,00010,00012,000
Program Attendance
Q4FY20122,917FY20136,04202,0004,0006,0008,000
Community Meeting Attendance
Q4FY201296,644FY2013101,444020,00040,00060,00080,000100,000120,000
Circulation
Focus On Children Youth And Teens
Children
 0-5 Years, Youth
 5-12 Years, Teens
 13-19 Years
Library As Community Place
Programming and Community Meetings
Wards 1 & 2
 
Georgetown, Mount Pleasant, West End
Collections
Books and Other Library Materials
Technology
Computer Use
Q4FY201221,017FY201326,50405,00010,00015,00020,00025,00030,000
Public Computer Sessions

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