Follett & NSLPY
The National School Library Program of the Year (NSLPY) Award is sponsored by Follett in cooperation with the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) . The NSLPY Award is given annually to a school library program that meets the needs of the changing educational environment and is fully integrated into the school’s curriculum.
NSLPY Award recipients are given an obelisk – the symbol of school library excellence – and $10,000 toward their school library program.
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2016 NSLPY: Veterans Memorial Elementary School
The winner of the AASL 2016 NSLPY is Veterans Memorial Elementary School, located in Naples, Florida. This video takes a deep dive in to the school's innovative library program.
Eaglecrest High School Case Study
Explore in depth how this Colorado school library program became the ‘go-to source’ for educators and students alike.
Blue Valley High School Earns 2015 NSLPY
In 2015, this Kansas high school library program received an NSLPY Award for its outstanding innovation.
Eaglecrest High School Celebrates 2014 NSLPY
Read more about Eaglecrest High School’s award-winning library program.
2013 NSLPY Award Winners Announced
Three library programs were awarded NSLPY Awards at the 2013 ALA Conference.
2012 NSLPY Award Given to Illinois High School
See how Hinsdale Township High School District 86 earned their NSLPY Award by boosting literacy and more.
South Texas Independent School District Wins NSLPY
In 2012, STISD’s collaborative and innovative program received an NSLPY award.
Baltimore County Public Schools Case Study
Learn more about the 2017 National School Library Program of the Year.