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Book Lists

Book lists for the 2016-2017 year for grades K-5 are posted below [PDF files]. If you order consumable books please make sure that they are NEW BOOKS. Consumable books cannot having writing in them. The teachers will not be responsible for making copies of pages for your student. In order to have your book orders in for the beginning of school, your completed order must be in the office by May 27, 2016. After May 27, a $50.00 fee will be added to your order to compensate for additional shipping charges. All orders placed with the CPS office after May 27 will not be guaranteed to be at CPS for the first day of school. You may pay for your books by cash, check, or credit card. You may also add the fees to your FACTS account. Credit card payments must be made in the office. If you need to make other arrangements for payment, please contact Marianne Rogero at 904.824.2861.

Book Reminders:

Please read the lists carefully. Several rentals or consumables must be obtained from CPS; do not purchase used.

2nd grade will re-use their Spanish book from 1st grade.

5th grade will re-use their Spanish book from 4th grade.

Middle school book lists are now available and listed below [PDF files]. The middle school classes will continue to offer an online textbook subscription and/or an E-textbook option. This is a continuation of the program implemented during the 2013-2014 school year. Read more ... . Literature, English, and Social Studies texts are available in hard copy, but you are responsible for ordering those.

Orders are due to the office by May 27, 2016 to process and receive orders by the first day of school. You are welcome to call or email your order if it is more convenient for you. Please call or email Marianne at 904.824.2861 or to obtain information regarding traditional textbooks or to make financial arrangements.

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