Scholastic Book Fair

Every year, Stocklmeir hosts the Scholastic Book Fair at our school for a week during the school year. This year will be a little different, as we cannot have parents on campus yet to shop with their students. We will be hosting the Book Fair during school hours, where students will attend with their classroom to be able to shop on a specific day/time during the week of March 21 - 25.

See our SNEAK PEEK of Stocklmeir's Scholastic Book Fair!

Book Fair Dates:

  • March 21 - 25, 2022, during school hours

E-wallet Option:

Click here to create your student's e-wallet for easy shopping. In addition to sending your student to the Book Fair with cash that they can use to spend on books, we will also have an e-wallet option, a safe and secure alternative to cash. Simply create a free account to add funds and/or invite family and friends to contribute so that your student can shop for their own books. Any unused funds can be used to shop on the Scholastic Online store or can be donated to your child's classroom. To learn more, watch this short video.

Book Fair Sales Goal:

Thanks to the generosity of our community, each year we are able to raise around $5,000 from sales to be used towards programs for our children!

Volunteers Needed: We could really use your help at our Book Fair. We have 19 time slots where we will need at least 2 volunteers in each shift to operate the Book Fair. To sign-up to volunteer, click here. Please note that parent volunteers need to be cleared by current District volunteer requirements before their volunteer shift, to get started in meeting the requirements, contact Assistant Principal, Ms. Mommer.

A few important notes for parents:

1) All Sales at the book fair are final. There are No Returns or Exchanges.

2) Please ensure you talk with your children about how much money they may spend when they are shopping by themselves. Parent volunteers at the fair cannot monitor student spending or be held accountable for purchases made by students.

For more information, contact Sara Grignon.