Hey, Pumpkin!

  Are you ready for Halloween?! If your answer is no, then don’t worry you have lots of company. If you’re running low on some pumpkin carving ideas, consider getting inspiration from your favorite book! Here are a few ways you can decorate or carve your pumpkins this year.     Do you love fairy […]


Literary Halloween Costumes

It's almost Halloween and that means it's almost time to dress up as something you've always wanted to be or wish you could be. I love coming up with creative costumes and this year thought it would be fun to try my hand at making some literary costume ideas! I picked some of the more popular books from our library while keeping in mind that putting a costume together takes time. I didn't want it to be too hard for you. I think most of the items needed can be found at Halloween shops, on Amazon … [Read More...]


Suggest a Book

We are getting ready to place some book orders and we want to know what books you would like to have in the library. If you are a St. Philips student please fill out this form as many times as you like with book suggestions! … [Read More...]


So a mouse and some ninjas walked into a library and…

Happy Belated Birthday to California! September 9th was California's birthday and first grade celebrated by reading one of my favorite books,¬†Our California¬†by Pam Munoz Ryan. They explored the amazing regions of California through the story and learned the meaning behind our state flag. First and Second Grade learned how to be library ninjas. Library Ninjas are the best library keepers around! Their kickin' skills are showing and the Primary Learning Center is looking really … [Read More...]

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Trying New Things

The Jr. High students have been asking about our new Go Pro so we set it up and tried it out for the first time! … [Read More...]

Students love to go into to the study room to work and read quietly.

A Dream Come True

Welcome back everyone. I am so excited to start this school year and I'm sure you can guess why. In thinking about what to write for this first blog post I kept remember all the changes I have seen at St. Philip's. If you didn't know I am a former student and have always felt that St. Philip's was my home. I love it here so let's get a little personal, this is a blog after all. As a St. Philip's Alumna I have seen this school go through huge changes. There are hardly any remnants of the days … [Read More...]


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