NC SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA ASSOCIATION
If you are going to coach a team you will need to complete a compliance form. This will show up as an event on November 1. You will not have access until then.
Here is a video that walks you through completing the compliance form. Please ONLY fill this out if you plan on having a team.
HBOB Committee Chair: Karen Meier, email@example.com
HBOB Committee Chair Elect: Rachel McConoughey
MBOB Committee Chair: Kevin Flythe, firstname.lastname@example.org
MBOB Committee Chair Elect:
EBOB Committee Chair: Gabrielle Lamb, email@example.com
EBOB Committee Chair Elect: April Braddy
HBOB Competition Dates
State: April 29th, 2023 at Minnie Forte Brown Staff Development Center in Durham
Region1 - April 20th, 2023 at South Central High School (Winterville)
Region 2 - April 21th, 2023 at Cape Fear Community College
Region 3 - April 19th, 2023 at Harnett Health Science Building
Region 4 - April 19th, 2023 in Fayetteville (details TBA)
Region 5 - April 15th, 2023 at WSFCS Education Center
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MBOB Competition Dates
Region 1: March 28th, 2023 @J.H. Rose High School (Greenville)
Region 2: April 18th, 2023 @H.V. Brown Center (Goldsboro)
Region 3: April 22, 2023 @DPS Staff Development Center (Durham)
Region 4: March 28th, 2023 @Bladen Community College (Dublin)
Region 5: March 25th, 2023 @WFSCS Education Building (Winston-Salem)
Region 6: April 3rd, 2023 @Imaginon (Charlotte)
Region 7: March 28th, 2023 @ASU - Reich College of Education (Boone)
Region 8: April 18th, 2023 @Life Enrichment Center at Florence Baptist Church (Forest City)
Region 9: March 31, 2023 @St. Raphael (Raleigh)
May 5th @FTCC (Fayetteville)
EBOB Competition Dates
Region 1 - April 18- North Pitt High School
Region 2 - April 25- Morehead Elementary School
Region 3 - April 29-Barwell Road Elementary School
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Region 7 - April 27- New Life Baptist Church (Lenoir)
Region 8 - April 28- Clear Creek Elem. School (Hendersonville)
Battle of the Books
NCSLMA sponsors Battle of the Books for Elementary, Middle, and High School competitions.
Battle of the Books began as a program for middle school students, grades 6-8. The program has expanded to include the elementary and high school levels. Students at participating schools read books from a list established by the state Battle of the Books committees and then compete in quiz-bowl-style tournaments to test their knowledge of these books.
Battle of the Books involvement is is contingent on participating schools meeting the following criteria:
NCSLMA is a professional organization dedicated to supporting, promoting, and empowering school librarians across the state as they transform their school communities.
Membership is $50 per year and comes with numerous benefits and professional development opportunities.
CONNECT WITH US
We provide various ways to connect with librarians across the state.