Welcome to Library - Mrs. McDonough



    Our Scholastic book fair will be back in the library this year

    The book fair will be open during school hours for students to purchase books on Thursday, November 18 and Friday, November 19. 

    Students can either bring money to school to purchase books or Scholastic offers a cash-free payment option called eWallet. This is a convenient digital account that your child/ren can use to shop at our book fair. If families are interested in using Scholastic eWallet for their children, they can find information about this service with the following link: 


    The book fair will also be open for families to come with their children to purchase books after school on the following days. Please try to attend your scheduled time in order to reduce crowds for social distancing purposes.

    PK - Kindergarten: Wednesday, November 17 from 2:15-3:30

    1st - 4th Grade: Thursday, November 18 from 2:15 - 3:30

    5th - 8th Grade: Friday, November 19 from 11:15 - 1:00

    Families can also shop at the Scholastic Online Book Fair that runs from November 17 - November 30. Use the following line to make online purchases:


    Thank you for supporting the library at SSPP!

    Mrs. McDonough, Librarian


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  • SSPP Library Wishlist

    SSPP families now have the opportunity to donate books to our library by purchasing them through an Amazon library wish list. If you are interested in supporting literacy at our school, please consider donating! Use the following link to view the wish list. Donations can be either dropped off in the school office or shipped to Mrs. McDonough at our school’s address. Thank you!



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  • SSPP Library Mission Statement

    The mission of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic School’s Library is to provide materials and resources to our preschool through 8th grade students in ways that support our curriculum and encourage the love of reading. Our goal is for students to become critical thinkers and independent users of information while also developing into life-long learners.

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