In 2012, we got rid of our old unsightly books and replaced them with new updated books.
We have 1619 picture/ easy fiction books,
1123 Fiction books,
2,888 non-fiction books,
200 easy readers and
376 professional collection
Therefore we have 6,508 books in our library.
You can search our card catalog by going to
School Libraries Home Page
and clicking on the link Find books and more in your school library.
The top six readers from our school got to attend a reading celebration at Union Station on August 31. They enjoyed the planetarium, science city and the fifth graders got to visit the Titanic exhibit. The students that reached their reading goal this summer but did not get to attend the celebration will be recognized soon.
On Thursday October 6, Mayor Joe Reardon joined us in our participation toward the Pearson Foundation’s Jumpstart Read for the Record. Read for the Record is a campaign to get millions of adults and children to read together. This is the 6thyear for the Read for the Record campaign and we are anxious to see if we have reached a new record. You can learn more about the Jumpstart organization or donate books to children at www.jstart.org/