The St. Charles School library serves to instill a love of reading. The library offers students from TK to 8th grade access to a wide range of resources. Resources are selected to support and enrich the curriculum.
Students visit once a week with their class to check out books. The library is a welcoming space for students. There is weekly story time reading for grades TK through 2nd.
We welcome students, parents, and faculty to check out our collection of fiction and non-fiction books.
Parents help in many different ways at the library, from shelving books, working the circulation desk, reading to the children at story time, and helping with the new book processing. If you are interested in becoming a library volunteer please contact Diann Corral at firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholastic Reading Counts
Scholastic Reading Counts is an independent reading program used by St. Charles School that combines reading practice and software-based assessment. Students can choose from thousands of popular and engaging titles, read the book, then take the corresponding quiz. The program is aligned with the Lexile framework. The vast majority of the books in the library have these quizzes available for our students.
To check if we have a quiz for your book or what the Lexile or reading level of your book is, just click on the Scholastic Reading Counts link below:
2020 Spring Scholastic Book Fair Results
Our 2020 Spring Book Fair was successful! We earned $6,366.32 in Scholastic dollars. We were able to use our Scholastic Dollars to purchase books for the teachers from their wish lists, books for our school library, book shelves, bean bags, story time mats/cushions, and carpets for the classrooms.
Thank you to the many volunteers who helped with the Scholastic Book Fair.
2020 Summer Reading
|5th grade||Dear Mr. Henshaw||Beverly Cleary|
|6th grade||The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963||Christopher Paul Curtis|
Farwell to Manzanar
Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston
A Wrinkle in Time