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STAFF: Mrs. Holly Cartier and many wonderful parent volunteers! Contact Mrs. Cartier at hcartier@hanb.org or 262-786-7331.

MISSION: To provide Holy Apostles School students with the resources to learn about their faith and the world, support the curriculum, and develop a life-long love of reading.

SCHOOL PHONE: (262) 786-7331

SUMMER READING

Why read over the summer?

The benefits to readers in a summer reading program include:

  •  encouragement that reading become a lifelong habit
  • reluctant readers can be drawn in by the activities
  • reading over the summer helps children keep their skills up
  • the program can generate interest in the library and books

And it being summer, the program can just be good fun and provide an opportunity for family time.

Below are summer reading programs that cost nothing and the children can enjoy over the summer.

Waukesha, Vernon, Muskego Public Library Summer Reading Program

http://www.wcfls.org/summer-library-program/

New Berlin Public Library Summer Reading Program

http://www.newberlinlibrary.org/

West Allis Public Library Summer Reading Program

http://www.westalliswi.gov/index.aspx?NID=534

 

Half Price Books

Half Price Books "Feed Your Brain" Summer Reading Program
Kids high school age and under can participate and earn Half Price Books® Bookworm Bucks.
Kids 8th grade and under read 15 minutes a day. (Grown-ups may read aloud to kids who are still learning.) Once they've reached 300 or more minutes, they can bring their logs to claim their Bookworm Bucks.  High school students get to write a short review on a recommended book. Promotion valid June 1 - July 31, 2016.

 

Barnes and Noble Reading Program

Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Triathlon
This program has been designed with activities and challenges that kids will find fun no matter what kind of books they like to read. Best of all, to earn a FREE book all they need to do is answer 3 of the 4 questions on the back of their Summer Reading Triathlon Journal, turn in their completed journal between May 17 and September 6, 2016.

 

Booklists for reading

A truly wonderful source of booklists is at http://www.HAISLN.org.

This list of titles has been compiled by librarians at member schools of the Houston Area Independent School Library Network (HAISLN).  It includes both fiction and nonfiction books by some of the best authors for children and young adults.  It is updated annually and lists are graded for PreKindergarten through High School.



About the Library

CHECK OUT LIMITS:

4 and 5 Year Old Kindergarten – one book for one week
1st Grade – 2 books for one week
2nd through 3rd Grades – 3 books for one week
4th through 8th Grades – 3 books for two weeks

( I'm flexible with this - especially for older students)

OVERDUE POLICY: 4K – 3rd grade books are due one week after checkout. 4th grade - Middle school books are due in two weeks. Renewals are permitted. Children may come in for new reading materials as permitted by teachers.

HOURS:

School staff may use the library at any time. The Destiny computerized library search system is available to all teachers in their classrooms.The library is open to students during the school day.

2015-2016 SCHEDULE:

Monday - K3,1st grade, 6th grade

Tuesday - K4, K5, Mrs. E's 2nd grade,

Wednesday - 4th grade, 5th grade, 8th grade

Thursday -  Mrs. Banton's 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 7th grade


About the Librarian

Mrs. Cartier has spent most of her career as an Elementary School Librarian.  She taught in the Chicago Archdiocese prior to completing her master's degree in Library and Information Science.  She is a parent of three and grandparent of three.  In her spare time she reads, plays cards and bowls.    She is a life-long Packer fan, but her favorite time of year is March Madness.




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