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  • Greetings Puffins!

    First quarter is more than halfway done! We've just concluded our 4th grade Guys Read program, and Gals Read for 4th grade girls will begin on October 3rd. The book fair is coming up, parent-teacher conferences, and the Halloween Carnival too. So much going on!

    By now, hopefully your child is getting into the routine of school, and is remembering which day they need to bring their library books back. For your reference at home, you will find a schedule below telling which classes come on which days, so you can help your students remember their books. I am still missing books from last year, and would greatly appreciate their return. If you're unable to find them, you can pay for them in the front office, or online through your child's PowerSchool account.

    I appreciate everything you do to support your student in managing their library books, and encouraging them to read!

     

    Happy Reading

    Mrs. Zayon

  • LIBRARY SPECIALS SCHEDULE

     

    Monday:  Ms. Graves, Mrs. Baxter

    Tuesday:  Ms. Keller, Mrs. Norton

    Wednesday:  Mr. O'Regan, Ms. Olund, Ms. Chavez, 

                          Mr. Baxter, Mrs. Paul

    Thursday:  Mrs. Hammer, Mrs. Taggart, Mrs. Downing

                      Mr. Hensel, Ms. Addis

    Friday:  Mr. Carlson, Mrs. Fields

     

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    • GAL'S READ EVENT

       

      Gal's Read for 4th grade girls will begin on October 3rd. The girls will meet in the library for lunch on Monday, October 3rd and Friday, October 7th. They will meet again on Monday and Friday the following week. While they eat, the girls will enjoy a story read to them by women from the community. This is always a fun event!

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Contact Information

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    Mrs. Zayon reading in old bathtub

     

    Kristen Zayon
    Library Media Associate
    kristen.zayon@k12northstar.org
    (907) 479-4234 x41540

    Monday-Friday, 8:15 am - 4:15 pm

    Please feel free to contact me by email or phone if you have any questions!

    "Children should learn that reading is pleasure, not just something that teachers make you do in school." ~Beverly Cleary

     

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