School districts throughout DFW have dealt with a number of staff shortages in recent years. Now, one local school district is doing something to make sure their libraries don’t go understaffed. Dallas ISD recently announced a partnership with Sam Houston State to host informational meetings for future librarians.
Dallas ISD is looking for teachers and community members interested in becoming a librarian. According to WFAA, their goal is to make sure there are qualified candidates ready when librarian positions become available. The meetings to inform candidates about the position will be held this week.
"This partnership is a great opportunity for us to build interest in the pipeline,” said Shannon Trejo, DISD’s chief academic officer. Those interested can register for the meetings here. Hopefully plenty in DFW are ready to take on the role of librarian.
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