• Our Allen library is proud to announce that we will be having a Spring Scholastic Book Fair during the last week of April. A book fair is a great place to purchase books for your home library as well as help out with our school. Our school will receive 25% of the total profit from Scholastic. That money will be used to buy books for our library and our students!

    We have a new feature called eWallet. eWallet is a safe alternative to cash where adults can create a safe account, add funds, and have the students shop with a set amount in their account. Any unused funds can be sent to the scholastic Store Online or to fund an eWallet for a future fair.

    Please come visit our Scholastic Book Fair in our Allen Library!!!

    Monday, Apr.25th  4:10-5:30 pm (First Day)

    Tuesday, Apr.26th 4:10-5:30 pm

    Wed., Apr.27th       4:10-5:30 pm

    Thurs., Apr.28th    4:10-5:30 pm

    Friday, Apr.29th    9:00am-2:00pm

                                 3:30-4:30 pm (Last Day) 

    Book Fair Preview Flyer and Videos (KG-3 or 4-6)

    Online Book Fair- https://www.scholastic.com/bf/allenelementaryschool1

    Flyer –


    K-3 Videos -  https://bcove.video/3DLo0Om

    4-6 Videos - https://bcove.video/31SshSB

    eWallet Video - https://players.brightcove.net/1543299976/Eyj59PHsg_default/index.html?videoId=6275847261001

    If you can't physically come to the book fair in the library, then check out our online book fair where we can still raise money for our school and shipping is free! The online fair will be available a few days before the fair and a few days after the fair.


    Reading at home on a daily basis can impact a child's success in school and in life. Becoming a good reader takes practice. Kids are happy to practice the things they love and our Book Fair is a perfect place for them to find and chose the books they want to read.

    A home library is an ideal space where children expand their knowledge and vocabulary, and develop stronger thinking skills. Be involved. Learn about your children's interests and preferences. Help them build an idea space filled with books they can read alone… and with you!