Reminder and Summer Reading

Reminder that all books borrowed from our school library need to be returned at your child’s next library class. Though our school library is closed over the summer, children should not take a vacation from reading. The best example of how important that is to you is for your child to see you reading, and for you to read with them. Please review the attached for additional ideas for summer reading. 2017 Summer Reading letter

Thank you for choosing St. Isidore School for your family. God bless you with peace, joy and love throughout the summer.

Last Week to Borrow and Summer Reading

This week (May 15-19) is the last week for students to borrow books from our school library. Library books will be due at the next library class. There are many wonderful summer reading programs available to help keep students reading all summer long. The best way to keep them reading though is through your example of reading yourself and sharing reading experiences together. I pray that you enjoy a wonderful, relaxing summer. Thank you for choosing St. Isidore School for your family. God bless you.
2017 Summer Reading letter

Scholastic Book-fair

St. Isidore School will be hosting a Scholastic Book-fair as part of our Catholic Schools Week celebration. Our students will shop during their regularly scheduled library times. The book-fair will also be open during the OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, January 29 from 10:30-12 noon and the Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, February 4 from 5-8 p.m. Please note we are required to collect sales tax on all purchases. Payment may be made in the form of cash, credit/debit card, or check made payable to St. Isidore School. Please visit our book-fair homepage to access the online book-fair from January 25 – February 7. All online orders will be shipped to the school after February 7.
Our book-fair homepage is:

Thank you for all you do for our school and for choosing St. Isidore School for your family. God bless you.

Merry Christmas!

Warmest wishes for a beautiful Christmas to all of our St. Isidore School Families.

We read The Night Before Christmas, illustrated by Robert Sabuda, in the library this week. The students enjoyed this pop-up version of this classic poem. Mr. Sabuda has his own website that provides details for making pop-up cards. You can visit his website at


Second and Third Grade students need to bring their library book back to the library tomorrow for return or renewal. Please remember that several books have a waiting list. Thank you.

Library Information

Mrs. Shuster’s Scholastic Reading Club account code is GKJGN.

The first month of the Pizza Hut Book-It Program ends today. Students should return their completed calendar or tracking sheet to their teacher to receive their pizza certificate. Certificates are good for one month from the date they are issued by the teacher. Let’s keep reading!

BOOK-IT Begins!

St. Isidore School participates in the Book-It Program. The program runs from October – March each year and is a way to encourage students and their families to read. Students are given a calendar, or other log each month to track their reading. Teachers will set a goal: either minutes per day or month, or pages or books read each month. Students complete their calendar or log and if they achieve their goal they will receive a certificate for a personal pan pizza from Pizza Hut each month they achieve their goal. Thank you for encouraging your child to read and Thank You for choosing St. Isidore School for your family.

Summer Reading

This week is the last week that students in Grades PK – K – 2 – 3 – 4 will borrow books. Students in Grades 1 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 have already borrowed books for the last time this school year. All books must be returned or paid for by June 7. I am attaching a letter about Summer Reading websites and activities. I hope you find this information helpful. Thank you for choosing St. Isidore School for your family. God Bless.

Summer Reading Letter 2016



HAPPY EASTER! Thank you to Deacon O’Donnell for bringing Jesus to us for Adoration during Lent. We are so blessed with the opportunity to experience this special devotion each Lent. Reminder that the Blessed Sacrament is exposed in the Monstrance each Thursday in our Chapel on Pumping Station Road from 9 a.m. until about 4:30 p.m.

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