"My people need me. A shepherd cannot run from his flock."
Blessed Stanley Rother
American priest, martyr, and defender of the poor.

Accelerated Reading

The Library is open for A.R. testing Tuesday -Friday 7:45 - 8:15

To see if a book has an AR quiz, please go to

Each student's total A.R. points are reported to his/her teacher once a month, 
on the day of the A.R. Assembly

Building a Reader At Home
Have books at home, but your child isn't interested in them? Your child doesn't want to do anything but play video games but you want the to read a book? I have a small list of how to go about getting your child to read, but I am only going to put down the first step. Other steps will follow.

Give your child an opportunity to explore books. Visit a bookstore or a library. This gives your child a chance to find topics and books that interest them. This is the first and very important step. Do it together. You may find yourself looking at books and subjects that are new to you.
Next week I will put in the second step.

 Step Two
Be sure to read for at least 30 minutes per day. Students can read aloud to an adult, independently, or back and forth with a partner.