Jackson-Via Book Factory
The Jackson-Via Book Factory was introduced as a resource in the fall of 1991 by Nancy Lambert, instructional coordinator at Jackson-Via Elementary School.
- 1 Remembering the Jackson-Via Book Factory
- 1.1 Examples of Jackson-Via Books
- 1.2 Book Publishing by Students and Parent Volunteers
- 1.3 Remarks by Nancy Lambert to Charlottesville City School Board Members - 1994
- 1.4 Clippings, etc.
- 1.5 Jackson-Via Faculty and Staff at the time of the Book Factory
- 2 References
- 3 External Links
Remembering the Jackson-Via Book Factory
Examples of Jackson-Via Books
My Teachers (by a student in Mrs. Gray's Second Grade)
My Family (by a Second Grader)
Book Publishing by Students and Parent Volunteers
Book Factory parents met with enthusiastic student authors and illustrators in the Jackson-Via computer lab to publish books.
Remarks by Nancy Lambert to Charlottesville City School Board Members - 1994
Jackson-Via Faculty and Staff at the time of the Book Factory
- ↑ The Observer, September 24 - September 30, 1992, Page 5.
- ↑ Memorabilia assembled and curated by Nancy Lambert, former Instructional Coordinator, Jackson-Via Elementary School, with the help of Ruth Kastenmayer.