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Take Route 21 to Lehigh Ave. We’re on the left, between the middle and elementary schools.
September is Library Card Sign-up Month
Come in to the Library and sign up for your very own library card! Already have one? Come in and see what’s new, and bring along a friend who needs a card.
Signing up for a library card is the first step towards academic achievement and lifelong learning. Your library card opens a world of infinite possibilities: access to resources and services that help people pursue their passions, and give students the tools to succeed in school and beyond.
Activities for adults
Scholastic Book Fair
Thurs. Sept. 26 | 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Scholastic Book Fair is a fundraiser for the Red Jacket School Library. Buy some books & help your community by helping your school library. Because of our shared facility, families can check out books owned by the school library whenever your community Library is open!
Sit ‘n’ Knit
Saturdays | 11:00 am – noon
For adults and older teens | Bring and work on your own fiber art project and enjoy the company of others while knitting, crocheting, working on hand embroidery and more. A great opportunity for beginners to ask questions and and advanced artisans to share their experiences. All skill levels are welcome! No registration needed.
Activities for kids and families
Story Time Resumes
Saturdays at the Library | 10:30 – 11 am
Thursdays at the Manchester Village Office | 10:30 – 11 am
For preschoolers | You asked, we listened: now you can choose from Saturdays at the Library, or Thursdays at the Manchester Village Office (same building as the fire hall), 8 Clifton Street. Or both!
Saturdays at 10:30 am
For ages 18 months+ with caregiver. At the Library. Stories, rhymes and fun. Siblings welcome too!
Tuesdays at 3:15 pm
For grades K-1. Music, crafts and activities. Send a dismissal form to the elementary school office. Home-schoolers welcome, too!
Thursdays at 10:30 am
For ages 18 months+ with caregiver. At the Manchester Village office, 8 Clifton Street. Stories, rhymes and fun.
Nominate an RJ “Graduate of Distinction”
Nominations due Nov. 1, 2019
This program honors Red Jacket alumni who have achieved distinction through exceptional lifetime achievement with significant contributions within their school, family, career, community or personal life; and shares those accomplishments with the community at large as inspiration for current and future students. Recipients will be publicly recognized and permanently honored at Red Jacket. Criteria are:
- A Manchester-Shortsville CSD graduate of at least 15 years
- Educational achievements
- Post-graduation achievements which include job-related achievements, professional honors and awards, professional affiliations, or publications
- Civic or community involvement
- High moral character
- Other appropriate qualifications that merit consideration
Nomination forms can be found on the school website, in the school offices, and the Red Jacket Community Library