Fairview Library Newsletter
March 29, 2018
Teen Book Con
TBC has grown again this year with even more teens attending!
Fairview Junior High and Alvin High School brought almost 40 students to Teen Book Con.
The food trucks are always a big hit with the students at TBC. I love that they are reading while waiting in line!
For the month of March, we had Elbryan Evans, 7th grade, and Jacob Robinson, 6th grade, tied for the most checkouts with 27 books each!
Mrs. Reynolds class checked out the most books this month with 216.
Even with being closed four days for testing, we saw almost 700 students this month.
NascAR Reading Challenge
We have seen a lot of movement in the race cars lately with the March AR challenge to tape the Administrators to the wall! Currently we have 8th grade in the lead with 3,651.9 points teachers/staff in 2nd place with 3,331.1 points, 6th graders closing in with 3,059.0 points, and 7th grade in 4th place with 2,171.9 points.
Library Mission Statement
The mission of the AISD library program is to create lifelong learners by advancing the academic expectations and aspirations of each student in every program to become accomplished readers, critical thinkers, skillful researchers, ethical users of information and creative problem solvers.