Dear Parents:

Below please find the assignments for each grade. Please encourage your child to read every day. What a wonderful time to catch up on a book, read a book together or write a book yourself! 🙂

K4 Read Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? and Gaston. Links were sent through the email from Mrs. Wall.

K5 Read Sylvester and the Magic Pebble and Gaston. Links were sent through the email from Mrs. Wall.

Grades 1-3 Read Drum Dream Girl, Gaston, The Very Impatient Caterpillar, Wolfi the Bunny, Stone Soup, and The Night Gardener. Links were sent through the email from Mrs. Wall.

Grades 4-6 Read The Hundred Dresses and Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library. (Links were sent through the email from Mrs. Wall. Listen to at least a chapter of each.) Please also keep a diary or create a diary of your life/daily activities (it can be fiction – it doesn’t have to be an accurate account of your life at home!) while you are away from school.  Think of Dork Diaries or Diary of a Wimpy Kid as an example.  Be creative – draw pictures to accompany it.  It can certainly be a graphic novel. 

If you do not have access to a computer to go to, do not worry. Please read for at least 20 minutes a day. All students please keep a record of all the books you read over the break.

Stay well! I look forward to seeing you soon, and happy reading!

Mrs. Abramson


Library News

We are enjoying the cooler weather and the holiday season. Kindergarten and 1st grades are completing their bingo sheets. Hopefully, the students are learning about new authors and some classic stories as well.

Second grade through sixth grade are working on achieving their Accelerated Reader goals. This month, those students who are halfway to their goal will be invited to a donut party before Christmas break. Please encourage your student to read a little every day.

In class, here are some books we are enjoying:

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Have a blessed Christmas!

Mrs. Abramson


Dear Parents:

Library is off to a great start. Many students are taking AR tests and earning points toward their personal goal. At the end of the quarter, the top two readers from 2nd – 6th grades will attend a pizza lunch here in the library.

As you may have heard, the Book Fair will be October 7-11th, and we are so excited! This is a wonderful opportunity for your reader to expand his/her personal library at home. The Book Fair will be open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. On Friday, which is Grandparents Day, we will be open from 7:30 a.m. to noon. I hope everyone can participate!

In class, we are doing the following:

K4 and K5 – Top 100 Books for Pre-K and Kindergarten, parts of the book

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1st and 2nd – fiction and non-fiction books on various topics

3rd ,4th, 5th and 6th – biographies

We are off to a great year! I hope to meet many of you at the book fair!

Thank you,

Mrs. Abramson


The students did a wonderful job reading and working towards their individual Accelerated Reader goals.  Many students were able to reach their goal and have their star placed on the “Wall of Stars.”

There are several summer reading programs in the community that I would love the students to take advantage of. First, the public library system has a Summer Learning Challenge that runs through August 18.  The students track their reading minutes and are eligible for prizes at the completion of the program.  Second, Barnes and Noble has a program whereby the student reads a certain number of books and is eligible for a FREE book that he/she can choose from a pre-selected group.

Thank you for a wonderful year! 

APRIL 2019

We are filling out our “March Madness” brackets filled with our favorite books (which will extend through May). Ask your student to predict which book will win! The students continue to surprise me with their votes. During this season of Lent, we have been reading letters written by children to Pope Francis asking important questions about their faith. Finally, April is National Poetry Month! Our students are reading various poets during this month.

Students are encouraged to meet their personalized Accelerated Reader goals for the year. Several students have already met their goal and have celebrated that achievement with pizza. Please continue to encourage your student to read every day and continue to work hard to achieve his or her goal.

Our Used Book Sale will be May 17, 2019, at the St. Peter’s Family Picnic. Please consider donating a book for this sale.

Thank you!

Mrs. Abramson

March 2019

Library News

We are very excited about our upcoming Character Parade.  Dr. Seuss’ birthday is March 2nd so we have been enjoying many of his books the past two weeks.

During Library, we are working hard on earning accelerated reader points.  Several students are already on our “Wall of Stars” to celebrate being at the mid-point of reaching their AR goal.

Please encourage your child to read every day. The opportunity to take Accelerated Reader quizzes is always available to the students when they have finished a book.

May 2018

A Note from Mrs. Fennessy

The Feed Your Mind Café is next week! The students that have met their reading goals for the year will be able to enjoy the fruits of their labor. The points they earned taking accelerated reader tests will allow them to purchase fun prizes and yummy treats. I am proud of the hard work many of the students have done to reach their goal.

Used Book Sale  Do you have any used books that you are willing to part with? Please consider sending these books into school to add to our used book sale.  During the Family Picnic on May 11th we will have a table with very affordable books for purchase. This is a great way to gather some good summer reads!

This week is the last week the students will be checking out books in the library.  After next week, all books will need to be returned and accounted for.  Thank you for helping your child find any books that may be overdue.

Happy Reading!

April 2018

A Note From Mrs. Fennessy

April is National Poetry Month! We have a beautiful collection of poetry books in our library ready for the students to check out.  We will enjoy poetry reading all month long.

Read-In SC’s Premier Children’s Reading Event

We will be supporting this annual event on Thursday, April 12th

The students are encouraged to dress as a notable fictional character. We will parade with other schools to the State House for a program promoting literacy.  This should be an enjoyable morning.

 Librarian for the Day!! Round Two!!

I’m excited to share the day with Sammy Penso on April 19th.  Sammy was another “winner” of the auction item- Librarian for the Day. I know Sammy will be awesome!


March 2018

A Note From Mrs. Fennessy

We welcome March with fabulous books about Spring.

  • Waiting for Wings
  • 999 Frogs Wake Up
  • In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb.
  • The Spring Hat

In the sixth grade we take about 20 minutes to read together the novel The Incredible Journey. This is a story of three animals on a stressful journey to find their beloved masters.  The loyalty and courage of these animals is truly inspiring.  When we are finished with the novel, I have promised the students a treat of watching the 1963 movie with popcorn and milk duds!

Librarian for the Day

I am excited to welcome Ellie Reeves as Librarian for the Day on Tuesday, March 13th.  Miss. Reeves “won” this experience at the St. Peter’s auction last month.  She will be reading to the classes, shelving books and have complete control of the ever enticing SCANNER!! Who knew checking books in and out would be so much fun!?!

Accelerated Reader

Encourage your children to read every day. The opportunity to take Accelerated Reader quizzes is always available to the students when they have finished a book.  The points they earn can be used to purchase treats and prizes at the next Feed Your Mind Café.



February 2018

A Note from Mrs. Fennessy

How many topics could we read about this month?

  • Black History
  • Presidents Day
  • Valentines
  • Groundhog Day

Rest assure we have plenty of books on these topics. The students may be interested in a biography on Barack Obama or a fiction book of baseball player, Biddy Owens.

We will enjoy a book of poems titled The President’s Stuck in the Bathtub and an informational book of fun facts about various presidents.  Did you know that someone once threw a cabbage at William Howard Taft?

Feed Your Mind Café Update

I’m happy to report that the Feed Your Mind Café was a big success.  Many of the students met their goal and enjoyed rain forest snacks and treats. They are now working on reaching their goal for the second half of the year.  Encourage your child to take time every day to read.

Several students used 50 points to purchase a Lunch Bunch.  On Thursday, February 15th these students will be able to invite a friend to the library for lunch.. I will provide a yummy dessert for us all to share.  I’m super proud of these students and their enthusiasm and commitment to reading.