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Fayston's Library

Library Program

Fayston Elementary Library is a safe, supervised, supervised place for students to spend their time. Students can read books or socialize with their peers in a relaxed and calm space. Fayston Elementary Library has over 10,000 books and a wide selection of non-fiction books. We also have animated picture books that immerse students in the joys of reading in a format they find engaging.

• Individualized Accelerated Reader (AR) Program

At Fayston, students are engaged in the AR program from 1st through 6th grade. Students develop their reading skills by taking reading comprehension quizzes on books at their instructional reading level.

• Reading Celebration Program

Fayston library has a great list of events, celebrations and odservances for each month of the year to ensure learners grow as ompetent, ethical users and producers of ideas and information.

All classes in Fayston Elementary regularly visit the library every week to help students with their reading habits. Our library program models our school's mission and support learners in the pursuit of aesthetic growth and personal learning pathways.

Reading Program

Fayston students did not end up simply reading books, but expressed themselves in may ways through various activities. By doing so, Fayston was able to develop into a culture of reading books.

  • Semester of Reading

    Fayston students have a reading intensive semester. During that period, they challenge to make their own reading habits. And there is a period of time to focus on reading through book club activities and reading with family.

  • Career Reading

    Determining student’s college career needs to be completed as soon as possible (at least before 9th grade). Because efficient career guidance and successful college entrance are possible. Therefore, Fayston Library wants to introduce a career reading mentoring system to help highschool students choose their major.

  • Book Poster Competition

    By listening to lectures by famous writers through book concerts, students become interested in reading.

  • Book Concert

    By listening to lectures by famous writers through book concerts, students become interested in reading.

  • Reading Excellence Award

    It encourages reading by awarding certificates to students who read a lot of books.

  • Reading Challenge

    It provides an opportunity to learn world-class people through the Biographic Book challenge.

  • Book Drive

    By donating books to libraries, students become interested in libraries and realize the meaning of sponsorship.

Publishing Program

Book Clubs publish book magazines. It contributes to reading culture through the publication of book magazine.

  • Book Magazine - BOOKISH

    <BOOKISH> consists of a variety of news and reading materials, including introductions to new teachers, visit to prestigious univer sities in the United States, new of the Fayston Library, recommended books, Facebook events, and book quizzes.

  • Reading Discussion Video

    Students in the book club can express their different ways of thinking through free discussions where they read books and exchange their opinions.