Library

Welcome to the Perez Elementary Library Page
 
Welcome to the Perez Elementary Library Web Page.  It is again my privledge to serve the students of Perez Elementary for another year.  I look forward to hosting many wonderful activities for our students.  If I can be of any assistance to you, please feel free to contact me at 956-971-1125.  The best time to reach me is after 3:30p.m.
 
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Century Club Field Trip Requirements
 

In order to be eligible to attend the A.R. Century Club Field Trip in May of 2018, students need to earn a minimum of 100 A.R. points by the last Friday in April, and have an average of 80% or better at the end of that school day.   Additionally, students in third through fifth grades must have earned at least 70% of their points from chapter books.  Students will not be allowed to retest on books they have already tested on during prior school years, nor shall any of a student's 100 A.R. points be on duplicate books (i.e., testing on the Spanish version of a book when they have already tested on the English version, testing on an abridged copy of a book and the actual book, etc.) 

 

Please note that students who are caught violating the academic honesty policy at Perez with respect to Accelerated Reader (AR) (i.e., cheating on any AR exam - whether they helped another student, had another student test for them, gave students answers, or received answers from another student, etc.) will be ineligible to attend the AR field trip. 

McAllen Education Foundation Grant
 
We are super excited to be sponsoring a new club at Perez for 5th grade students.  This year we are starting the Perez Sewing/Quilting Club which is the result of a McAllen Education Foundation (MEF) Grant - It's Sew Easy to Help Your Community.  Students in 5th grade will have the opportunity to apply for membership in this club.  The purpose of our sewing club is to create quilts to be donated to a cause near and dear to the club members.  They will be deciding on where they want the quilts to go later in the year.  It is sure to be a fun and exciting club where students will develop a sense of civic responsibility.  Thank you, McAllen Education Foundation for making our dreams come true!
McAllen Education Foundation Grant
 
We are so glad the McAllen Education Foundation (MEF) chose our grant - WeDo Want to Learn Robotics - to fund.   Through this grant, we are able to purchase several sets of Lego WeDo robotic kits.  This is an exciting project that all of our students are going to benefit from in the years to come.  We can't wait to get this project off the ground as students start building their first robots.  Thank you McAllen Education Foundation for making our deams from true!