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Students entering grades 1-8 in the fall may participate in the All Saints Summer Reading Program.  If they fill out one book log, they will receive an out of uniform pass in the fall.  If they fill out two book logs, they will also receive an additional prize.  Three or more book logs will earn even more prizes.  Extra book logs are available at the link on this page, and are also available in the hall outside of the school library.  Be sure to print the one that matches the grade your student will be going into in the fall. 
The Dakota County Library system also has a summer reading program for kids of all ages.  It runs from June 10 through July 12.  Click the link here for more information on the program for kids from birth through twelfth grade. 
There is a summer reading program at Barnes and Noble where kids in grades 1-6 can fill out a reading log and earn a free book.  To print off your Barnes and Noble reading log, click the pdf at the right of this page.
You can participate in all of these programs this summer, but most important-KEEP READING!



Students have library once a week. This is their opportunity to learn about library resources and develop their library skills. Of course, they may check out something to read!  To access our online library catalog, click this link: Library Catalog  Every student can access the catalog from home and request books during the school year.  Students can also see the books they have checked out, and renew books from this site.  For a quick tutorial, click the link that says "Surpass Tutorial" at the right side of this page.
Kinders may check out one book each week from the library. Students in grades 1-5 are able to check out 2 materials on their library account, while Middle School students may check out 3 materials on their account.
Books can be checked out for up to two weeks. Please help your child remember to return books on time.

Check back in the fall for information about next year's reading incentive program.  This program is optional, but if a student joins in, they will receive some fun prizes!
The ReadnQuiz program is a supplement to the reading curriculum at All Saints School. Students in grades 3-8 can take quizzes for incentives. In addition to taking quizzes in their classrooms, students in grades 3-8 can take tests during the last 15 minutes of library time, or from home. Falcon's Nest also has a computer for quizzes.  Follow this link to take the tests. ReadnQuiz Site

Grades 1-2 can also turn in reading logs to earn their incentives. Be sure the books are at your child's reading level, so he or she can read the books independently.
Want to see if a book has a quiz? Check out ReadnQuiz Site  If there is no quiz for a book, students may complete a book write up form which will count the same as passing a quiz.  Forms are available in the school library. is a good resource to find books at a student's Lexile reading level, which is provided after taking the MAP Reading test.  Please remember that a book in a student's Lexile reading level may have content that you would not like them to read, so please take care to select appropriate books from the level.

Students in grades 3-8 may read any 3 books that are nominated for this year's Maud Hart Lovelace Award within their corresponding division (grades 3-5 or grades 6-8), pass a ReadnQuiz quiz on these books, and vote for their favorite in the spring!  Once the winners are revealed (usually in May), we will have a reveal party, which includes pizza and other yummy treats. Check out past winners and next year's nominees at
Students in grades 4-8 can mark off the books they have read and tested on in the google doc here.  Students must log in with their school email address, not a personal address.  3rd graders can mark off the books on a sheet which we have in the library.
• For grades K-2, check out the Star of the North nominees for picture books at
• Other great sites for finding good books include:
Ebooks Minnesota is a free digital online book collection for all Minnesotans.  These ebooks are available to all Minnesotans at no cost.  Books cover a wide range of topics and are available for all ages.  It is hosted by Mackin.  Many of the Maud Hart Lovelace books will be available through this platform so if your student is having trouble getting their hands on a physical copy, this might be a good alternative for them to try.  There are no limits or due dates.  To check it out click here
Do you have gently used books that are sitting around cluttering up your bookshelves?  The library accepts used book donations to add to our collection, any time during the year.  You can bring them in to the library with a note that they are a donation and who they are from.  Thanks for helping build up our collection!
If you have any questions or would like to help out in the library, please contact Mrs. Pattee at [email protected]. Responsibilities include shelving books, organizing library materials, working with children, and having a love of books! Virtus Training, a parish background check, and the Code of Conduct form are required.