My name is Kathleen (Katie) Wikoff and I am the new school librarian here at St. Andrew’s. I am very excited to be a part of the St. Andrew’s faculty and to work with all the students in teaching and learning library and research skills and fostering a love of reading!
First a huge THANK YOU to Mrs. Felker for all her hard work in the library and for all her help to me during this transition. We miss you Mrs. Felker!
I have been a librarian for about 20 years and received my Masters in Library Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I also received my BA from SUNY Stony Brook in American History and French Language and Literature. I have worked in many different types of libraries – public, academic, government agency and corporate libraries – most recently as a librarian and researcher for 13 years with IBM. I then took some courses in school library media at Rutgers University and am very excited to bring that experience here to St. Andrew’s!
Just to tell you a little bit about myself… My family and I have lived in Yardley and have been members of St. Andrew’s Parish for the past 6 years. We have two children – Richard, 9 and Elizabeth, 6, who is in Mrs. Duffner’s 1st grade class here at St. Andrew’s. You may also recognize me and my husband Rich if you attend 10:30 Mass, as we are both members of the St. Andrew’s Choir.
Thank you to the students, faculty, staff and parents for your warm welcome to St. Andrew’s and remember to READ, READ, READ!!
CELEBRATE READ ACROSS AMERICA WITH DR. SEUSS!
Speaking of reading, we will be celebrating READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY on Friday, March 2nd, which is the birthday of beloved author Dr. Seuss! We will have a school-wide reading of one of his books that day and everyone can bring in and wear Dr. Seuss gear! Bring in your Cat in the Hat outfits, Lorax masks, or Thing 1 and Thing 2 wigs, etc. and celebrate
READ ACROSS AMERICA at St. Andrew’s!