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Ruth Ann Copley

Director of Libraries

Davidson County Public Library System

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Email: r***@***.gov

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Davidson County Public Library System

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Libraries

Lexington Public Library


Assistant Director of Libraries

Thomasville Library


Affiliations

North Carolina Library Association

Executive Board Member


Education

East Carolina University


bachelor of science degrees

French and history


master's degree

library science

University of North Carolina at Greensboro


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www.the-dispatch.com

"We look forward to once again celebrating and showcasing the academic abilities of our county's high school students," said Ruth Ann Copley, the director of libraries for the Davidson County Public Library System.
The Davidson County Public Library System along with Davidson County Community College will welcome nine high school teams to its annual Quiz Bowl competition at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Mary E. Rittling Conference Center on the campus of the college.The academic competition involves individual and team questions concerning a variety of subjects."We look forward to once again celebrating and showcasing the academic abilities of our county's high school students," said Ruth Ann Copley, the director of libraries for the Davidson County Public Library System.Teams will represent Central Davidson, Davidson Early College, East Davidson, Ledford, Lexington Senior, North Davidson, South Davidson, Thomasville and West Davidson high schools.


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Ruth Ann Copley, director of the Davidson County Public Library, said she is impressed with the efforts Killebrew has made in the short time she has been at the Lexington Library.
She said since Killebrew has been a member of the community for so long and was an avid user of the library previously, it has helped in her transition to manager. "She did a wonderful job when she took over at North Davidson," Copley said.


www.the-dispatch.com

Ruth Ann Copley, director of the Davidson County Public Library, said she is impressed with the efforts Killebrew has made in the short time she has been at the Lexington Library.
She said since Killebrew has been a member of the community for so long and was an avid user of the library previously, it has helped in her transition to manager. "She did a wonderful job when she took over at North Davidson," Copley said. I am a consensus kind of person."Ruth Ann Copley, director of the Davidson County Public Library, said she is impressed with the efforts Killebrew has made in the short time she has been at the Lexington Library.


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Ruth Ann Copley, PL COI, Davidson County Public Library


www.the-dispatch.com

Ruth Ann Copley, director of the Davidson County Public Library System, notes that while the library is planning a season of fun, there's a more important mission.
"Study after study links reading as a child to success as an adult," Copley said. "The library is committed to supporting the success of our community and all of its residents." She also points to research that shows how summer reading helps children and parents combat the "summer slide" that children face on an extended break from school. "The research boils down to two conclusions: Kids who read in the summer gain skills. Kids who don't lose ground by the time the new school year starts," Copley said. Adult readers can also read, win prizes and attend special programs like the Family Movie Night. Ruth Ann Copley, director of the Davidson County Public Library System, notes that while the library is planning a season of fun, there's a more important mission."Study after study links reading as a child to success as an adult," Copley said. "The library is committed to supporting the success of our community and all of its residents."She also points to research that shows how summer reading helps children and parents combat the "summer slide" that children face on an extended break from school."The research boils down to two conclusions: Kids who read in the summer gain skills. Kids who don't lose ground by the time the new school year starts," Copley said.


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