SCASL History

History of SCASL

 

Past Presidents:

2016-17 Cindy Symonds

2015-16 Jennifer Tazerouti

2014-15 Diana Carr

2013-14 Anne C. Lemieux

2012-13 Heather Loy

2011-12 Kathy Sutusky

2010-11 Joseph Myers

2009-10 Amanda LeBlanc

2008-09 Valerie Byrd Fort

2007-08 Kitt Lisenby

2006-07 Ida Thompson

2005-06 Lawren Hammond

2004-05 Martha Taylor

2004-05 Robbie Van Pelt

2003-04 Martha Taylor

2002-03 Janet Boltjes

2001-02 Claudia Myers

2000-01 Betsy Adams

1999-00 Penny Hayne

1998-99 Olivia Padgett

1997-98 Betty Anne Smith

1996-97 Jacqueline Ridings

1995-96 Anne Shaver

1994-95 Elisabeth Hall

1993-94 David Bell

1992-93 Judy Roumillat

1991-92 Laura Blanchard

1990-91 Linda Bartone

1989-90 Deborah Stone

1988-89 Cecile Dorr

1987-88 Ida Thompson

1986-87 Ann White

1985-86 Dr. Diane Ervin

1984-85 Peggy Reese

1983-84 A’La Perle Hickman

1982-83 Drucilla Gullion

1981-82 Juanita Brantley

1980-81 Aileene Holland

1979-80 Clara Cooper

1978-79 Edna Bedenbaugh

1977-78 Frances O’Neal

1976-77 Mary Alice Carter Parker

1975-76 Jackie Derrick

 The South Carolina Association of School Librarians began as a subdivision of the South Carolina Education Association. With money right out of their pockets, the first president Jackie Derrick, and Mary Alice Carter Parker and Frances O'Neal planned and implemented our very first conference in the spring of 1976.