The Jefferson School PTA’s annual book fair be from November 26 - 30. It’s a whimsical place full of irresistible books kids can’t wait to read so their imaginations can grow!
- Preview Dates | Monday, November 26th & Tuesday, November 27th
Reserved for all Jefferson School students to peruse the full assortment of Scholastic Book titles.
- Book Sales Begin | Wednesday, November 28th
The Book Fair will be OPEN mornings and evenings, with special hours during Parent Teacher Conferences.
Take a stroll through our Enchanted Forest at this year's Book Fair! Official sale and volunteer sign-ups for day and evening shifts available.
Want to get involved?
Calling all Book Fairies and Literary Gnomes! Volunteers needed for this year's Enchanted Forest Book Fair! Daytime and evening shifts available. We're looking for helpers to set-up, help students make their wish lists, assist with retail, and break down when the fair ends.
Click here for details and to sign up here!
There’s a time when a child falls in love with a book . . . and then reading. Capture kids’ imaginations in fall 2018 with a forest full of tales and inspiring, “happily ever after” results!
2018 Coin Drop Collection to Benefit the Jefferson Library
Students Participate NOW through November 30th by bringing spare change and depositing it into their respective grade's coin drop located in the Jefferson Library.
All proceeds collected will be used to purchase books for the Jefferson Library and Scholastic Book Fairs® then matches those monetary donations with a donation of up to $1 million in books from The Scholastic Possible Fund, which distributes books to children through organizations such as the Kids In Need Foundation, Reader to Reader, Inc., and the National Center for Families Learning.
Receive a Guinness Book of World Records 2019: The grade that raises the most money, per class average, will win a Guinness Book of World Records 2019 for their classroom! *The winning grade will be announced the week of December 3rd.
Make Wishes Come True!
Select books from teacher book bins, and donate them to classroom libraries!