Redvers SchoolRedvers, Saskatchewan 436 / 300 livres donnés
Nom du directeur ou de la directrice : Nancy Fraser With budgeting concerns at an all time high we are trying all avenues to find books. Unfortunately Scholastic Canada is our main source for support at this time. Literacy is a main goal with my educators and providing them with books is my job!
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My grand children attend this school, it is important that they enjoy reading and want to support the library
The librarian at my own school not only helped me fall in love with reading but also fueled my love for it by always providing me with amazing books. I know the librarian at Redvers School also does this for her own students. This would be a great opportunity for this school!
I am supporting this school because I am a teacher here. I want my students to have a wide variety of interesting books, so that they always feel they have something interesting to read.
Both of my daughters go to Redvers School and I'm happy to support the library. This contest is a great opportunity to purchase new books for Redvers School.
I'm currently in university working on my degree and I wouldn't have the opportunities or the goals I have today if I didn't enjoy reading. I graduated from Redvers School and am happy to support the library.
I work here at Redvers School and I know how much this contest means to our librarian. It's so nice to see all the new books that get purchased with this great opportunity.
I am supporting this school because it’s been a part of my life since I was 5 years old. I attended the Redvers School from kindergarten to grade 12 and I’m now lucky enough to teach here!!
My parents helped me to become an avid reader. So did my older sister. Even in their 80's and 90's, my parents are steady readers still. While growing up, my home was full of books. We had picture books, non-fiction books, magazines and encyclopedias. Friends and family members gave me ...
My mom-she read to me all the time from as long as I can remember.
I work in this school and it has an excellent library. In our technology driven society, our library has done an excellent job updating book and keeping kids interested in reading. The book fairs that our librarian put on are excellent. We need to continue improving our library in hopes that ...
I am supporting this school because this is the school in my community and my mom is the librarian.
Redvers School is where all of my kids went to school. I know the librarian and this opportunity means a lot to her.
Reading is important to me because it is a good way to pass time and helps me with my literature.
As an teacher who loves literature/books it is hard to narrow down to three choices. My final three choices are books I remember hearing in my childhood. 1) Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, no Good, Very Bad Day. 2) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or any other book by Roald Dahl 3) ...
Books are important and school budgets are always being cut, so I would like to see our school get new books.
My mom helped me fall in love with reading because she read us nursery rhymes, fairy tales and fables from the time I can remember.
I'm supporting Redvders School because it is the school in my community.
Books provide the opportunity for readers to live, feel, and create new experiences through their readings. What a wonderful opportunity.
Reading is a chance to reach beyond ourselves. It's a chance to learn and enjoy all the new ideas that are open to us now.
Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs and Ham taught me how to read.
As the librarian for Redvers School I spend time every day encouraging students to read. Last year we were a part of this amazing program and the opportunity it gave me to purchase the books students want was amazing! At one point we had a huge wish list posted, anything and everything they ...