I just watched Buffy Hamilton's Animoto Annual Report, and it's fantastic. I definitely plan to steal the idea...next year. I have been absolutely horrible about taking photos throughout the year, something I plan to work on.
In fact, I really need to do a better job with the whole advocacy thing in general. While I write an annual report, I haven't done much else to keep my principal/s informed about what I'm doing. Partly because we're a small school, so it's fairly obvious, though that's an assumption I make. Frankly, my teachers love me, and I rely on that more than I should for word of mouth.
If you can't tell from my slough of weekend posts, I'm working through my sadly backlogged Google Reader, which prompted my whole thinking about my abysmally bad job of advocacy when I ran across Doug Johnson's recent post, Nobody Can Save Your Butt But You. In this day and age, no one can afford to be complacent. Some resources I've been reading as I prepare to write my annual report, and continue my thinking about revamping my library program for next year.
Here's a link to Part II of Hartzell's article on advocacy in SLJ (the link to part one is bad, and it doesn't come up on a search.)
I'm also finding these articles helpful (you'll need access to the Gale databases).