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The 2021 SBCS Reading Challenge information and forms are linked below. Students who complete the challenge will earn house points and an award.
Don't delay! The challenge ends April 30, 2021.
Give your completed reading log to the librarian. If you prefer digital means, you can upload it or submit your reading list here.
If you are reading for 20 minutes a day, every day, then you can earn a free Personal Pan Pizza from the Pizza Hut BOOK IT! reading program. Earn a pizza every month! Information was sent home with each student. Ask your school librarian for help getting started.
Be a Friend of the Library
During library time in the week of his birthday, the student will be presented with the new book and a special certificate. When the book is returned, it will be enjoyed by Saint Benedict students for years to come!
Summer birthdays can be celebrated anytime. Schedule your purchase for a random surprise or for presentation during the first or last weeks of school. Plan ahead and make your purchase one month prior to the special day.
All the details can be found at this link: https://www.btsb.com/sosl/saintbenedictcatholicschool/.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
This website from Common Sense Media — https://wideopenschool.org/ — simplifies the process of finding high-quality educational resources to keep everyone engaged in learning.
Your local library is a great resource for education and entertainment. Richmond, Henrico, Pamunkey, and Chesterfield public libraries offer many online resources for reading and streaming such as:
- animated books and read-alongs from TumbleBook Library
- ebooks from OverDrive for Kids
- movies and ebooks from Hoopla for Kids
- audiobooks and magazines from RB Digital
Several library systems also offer online educational resources such as homework help, test prep, tutor.com, Rosetta Stone, Rocket Language, Universal Class, ABC Mouse, and many more.
Your unique talents are always appreciated in the library. We have need of volunteers to help with many things:
- circulation tasks
- shelving books
- general cleaning, dusting and straightening
- making flannel board items
- reading to students
- preparing for special events
- book fair planning
Please note that volunteers must be VIRTUS trained. Email Mrs. Clark for more information.