FPS K-5 School Library Newsletter
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ENGLISH: Need translation? On a computer/laptop, click "Translate" in the black box. On a mobile phone/tablet click the Accessibility Icon at the bottom of your phone screen and then click 'translate'.
K-5 Summer Reading Lists Are Out!
Click on link below to see the FPS School 2023 Summer Reading Lists!
The summer reading list includes a variety of authors and types of books which take into account the diversity of our student body. Please encourage your student to read quietly for at least 20 minutes a day.
Please look at the appropriate grade-level reading and assignment lists here: Elementary Summer Reading and Learning
Books are available in both print format at the Framingham Public Library and on digital platforms like Sora, Overdrive and Hoopla.
Please Note: entering kindergarten students will not have access to Sora until the 1st week of school.
Framingham Public Library Children's Summer Reading Program
Visit the Framingham Public Library to Sign Up for Summer Reading Programs!
Registration for Summer Reading at the library starts Saturday, June 24th!
- To sign up, fill out the registration form online
All summer reading program long!
Our weekly Trivia Contest and Guessing Jar will run every week at both Children's Rooms!
- Get your limited summer reading t-shirt when you register at both Children's Rooms!
How to enter your books read for prizes?
Each time you read a book and fill out the prize form (https://bit.ly/FPL-Prize-2023) and you’ll be entered for a chance to win one of our end-of-summer prizes!
FPL Library Card Information
Does your child have a library card?
A library card provides access to electronic resources as well as books and other materials from the Framingham Public Library.
Massachusetts residents may obtain a library card in person by presenting identification and proof of current address. There is no waiting period for a library card. You must be at least five years old to get a card.
You may sign up for a temporary card online, which allows you to download eBooks and access state provided databases. Please read the Minuteman page on temporary cards for more information.
Registering digitally is preferred but if you would rather fill out a paper form, attached are printable forms in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Additional information can be obtained on the FPL website. Please contact your librarian directly with any questions (email links below).