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Story time continues to be our basic activity with all classes and it is my hope this year to concentrate certain genres with some grade levels:

Pre K, K and Grade 1: A wide variety of stories and picture books
Grade 2: Different "versions" of stories
Grade 3: Aesop's Fables and the Parables of Jesus
Grade 4: New Hampshire Stories
Grade 5: Tall Tales and Poetry
Grade 6: Fairy Tales and Poetry

During October our "Book Buffet" will highlight Halloween, fall foliage and saints (in preparation for All Saints' Day).

On Saturday, October 28, I will be attending the Children's Literature Festival at Keene State College where I will spend the day listening to 5 author/illustrators talk about their work in the creation of wonderful children's books. While there I will also visit a  large gallery  of original art used in children's was once highlighted on "New Hampshire Chronicle"...a unique and impressive collection of outstanding art. I have been attending this annual event for over 30 years and have shared information learned about authors and illustrators with the students and often used info gleaned for collection development.

Library class sche

Monday KB, 3B, 4A
Tuesday 4B, 6A
Wednesday 1B, 5A, 5B
Thursday 1A, Pre K
Friday KA, 2A, 2B, 3A
Live like you're loved!

Mrs. Alice Gordan
Mrs. Roux's 2nd grade students were delighted by an 

impromptu visit last year by 

Father Paul during their Library class.

Fr. Paul visiting with students in the library


St. Catherine of Siena School, deeply rooted in its Catholic faith, fosters spiritual development, academic excellence, and a commitment to serve others.


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