Pine Grove

St. Catharines, Ontario 107 / 365 Books Given

Principal Brad Digweed Pine Grove promotes reading starting in Kindergarten. At Pine Grove, beginning in JK students are taught sounds and letters and participate in a voluntary take home reading program whereby books are sent home from the school for parents to read with their children, or be read to by their children on a nightly basis. Beginning in Grade 1, students are encouraged to read both at school and up to 10 minutes a night for "homework" with their families. Grades 3 - 8 partake in age appropriate novel studies. We are in our fifth year of being a JK to Grade 8 school and are still in the process of updating our library with books for both our youngest readers and our oldest! We are always in need for books for both the school library and classroom libraries! This year our library team is continuing work on a "makerspace" where students can create, invent and learn! Our school population is continuing to grow and this year's graduating class is the largest one yet!

Favourite books Thea Stilton
Geronimo Stilton
Bones
Rainbow Magic Fairy Books
YA Sci-Fi
Robert Munsch
Coding (non-fiction)
Space (non-fiction)
Dinosaurs (non-fiction)

365 Children
Children: 365
Avg. age of books: 10-20 yrs
$3.00 Budget/Child
Budget/Child: $3.00

Recent Updates

Our Dream Library

Pine Grove October 01, 2018

We asked the students at Pine Grove what their dream library might look like. Many blew us away with their ideas including reading nooks in solariums, tech cafe’s, lots of greenery, comfortable seating areas and of course lots and lots of books!

Maker’s Space

Pine Grove September 19, 2018

Over the last year Pine Grove Public School has been excitedly working towards incorporating a Makerspace into the Learning Commons.  Our Makerspace is a collaborative space that is designed for technological experimentation, planning and designing based on the curriculum and the students&rs...

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