Mrs. Karen Savitski, librarian, ext. 5446

Welcome to Peifer Library!!!

Students visit the Library once a week with their class. At this time, they will return, check out, or renew their Library books. The students will then listen to a story with a follow up of discussion. We will practice Library skills and participate in any activities or contests currently being held in the Library. If a student finishes with a book before their next library visit, they may come down to the Library at 8:10 – 8:25 for early check out to exchange their books.

Students are expected to follow the rules and be respectful to Library Staff, students and Library materials. Being Kind because it matters!

Books are due back the following week during Library their Library class time. Books should be returned in order to check out new ones. Students are responsible for their books. We do understand that accidents happen. The student is then responsible to tell the School Librarian, should a situation arise, If necessary, pay to replace the book. If a book is lost or damaged while in a student’s care, borrowing privlages may be withheld until book is paid in full. However, a student will always have access to the books in the Library during their class visit. Please remind your child to put their books in a plastic bag to protect it from food or water damage. If you have any questions, please feel free to call me here at school at ext: 5446. We will be doing some activities in the library and lessons as well.

Peifer Elementary School’s Library is the place students turn to for the discovery of ideas, the joy of reading and the power of  information. Student needs drive our services and we take a personal interest in ensuring that they are delivered in a welcoming, convenient and responsive manner. We are committed to supporting a lifelong enjoyment of reading and learning.

Kindergarten made peacocks in the library after comparing fiction to non-fiction.

Kindergarten made peacocks in the library after comparing fiction to non-fiction.
Kindergarten made peacocks in the library after comparing fiction to non-fiction.

First graders with the puppet scarecrows they made in library.

First graders with the puppet scarecrows they made in library.
First graders with the puppet scarecrows they made in library.

Students made a flag in the library by using every student’s thumbprints.  We give all those who serve a big thumbs up!

Students made a flag in the library by using every student's thumbprints. We give all those who serve a big thumbs up!
Students made a flag in the library by using every student's thumbprints. We give all those who serve a big thumbs up!

Peifer’s Summer Reading Challenge Breakfast! Great job students. Keep on reading!

Peifer's Summer Reading Challenge students