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Alyson Farmer

Library Hours
9:00 am - 3:25 pm Monday-Thursday 
9:00 am - 1:25 pm Friday

School Library Mission Statement


In our library we inquire, collaborate , critically think about and create information through the use of technology and ethical research practices. We use digital and print books from a diverse, engaging and relevant collection to develop lifelong readers and learners.  

We accomplish our mission by teaching students research and information literacy skills, by encouraging students to use the library as often as they can  and by encouraging student participation in library reading programs that promote a love of reading.

 Upcoming Events

Read Across Davis - March 2nd 

Davis Book Battles - March 14th (3/4 grade) & March 20th (5/6 grade) @ Snow Horse Elementary at 2 PM


Kay's Creek Elementary


6th graders: You can apply to help in the library once a week during your afternoon recess. Responsibilities will include putting books away, organizing holds, straightening shelves and helping in other ways as requested by the librarian.  Click on the form if you are interested in applying.

Library Aid Form

Library Highlights

Davis Reads Theme is A Bright Future!


Join our Davis community by reading on Read Across Davis day
March 2, 2018


Citation Sites

Research Tools


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We are excited to announce the release of the new eMedia! You can go check it out at emedia.uen.org. You’ll find all your favorite eMedia resources as well as new features that allow you to share, collaborate and create educational resources. To take advantage of these new features and have access to all eMedia resources, make sure you login using your my.uen account. Students can access eMedia through Utah’s Online Library.

To help you find your way around the new eMedia, we’ve created a few video tutorials for you.

Getting Started - https://youtu.be/IGDWaGPi0uU
Creating Groups - https://youtu.be/xeAyZ4dyzYQ
Creating and Sharing Resources - https://youtu.be/PTU2ZJehI0o


Utah County Projects


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Library Destiny Catalog 
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School library catalog site

Student login- District ID ( see Mrs Johnson if you need help with your district Id)
Student password- Password that you use to login in to school computers ( hint all numbers)

Overdrive Digital Library Catalog
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Student login:  Student username and pin #
Teacher login: Encore username and password

Utah's Online Library Database Catalog
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Ask the librarian for the home login information

Book Request Form 


Library Information

Library Information

Policies and Guidelines

Kays Creek Library Operational Guidelines

In our library we inquire, collaborate, critically think  and create information through the use of technology and ethical research practices. We use digital and print books from a diverse, engaging and relevant collection to develop lifelong readers and learners.


     The Kay’s Creek Library is for student and faculty use. We are open during school hours from 9:00 am - 3:25 pm (M-Th) and 9:00 am - 1:25 pm (Friday).

   ● All classes will have a scheduled time to visit the library.

   ● Students are able to come in and use the library for check in, check out, reading or makerspace activities at any time during the day with teacher permission.

Checking out  materials  

● Kindergarten- will check out one book per week. After an initial instructional period students will be able to take their books home.

● 1st grade may check out and take home one book at a time.

● 2nd Grade may check out and take home two books at a time.

● 3rd -6th Grade may check out and take home three books at a time. Books are checked out for 2 weeks. However students are encouraged to bring their books back each week and renew them if they have not finished. They may renew the books an indefinite number of times UNLESS another student has requested that title

Overdue, lost or damaged material

● Once a book is delinquent (over 4 weeks),  parent email reminders will be sent.  There are no fines for overdue books, however, students with late/missing books will not be allowed to continue to check out until overdue materials are returned or renewed.

● Payment is required for the loss or damage of a book, per district policy. The payment due will be the cost of the book at the time of acquisition, along with a two dollar processing fee. The school will not accept a copy of the lost book in exchange for payment. Payments can be made to the office, online, or to the library with a check.

If the book is found and returned within 30 days of the fine being paid, a refund will be issued.  Refunds can take a few weeks to receive. 



● 3rd-6th grade students may place up to two books on hold at a time. Students will be taught to access their account online for this procedure. Books will be held in the library until their next scheduled class library visit. The students may check the library for holds during open library. If the student doesn't pick up their hold at their next class visit the book will be given to the next student in line.

End of Year Book Return

● Two weeks before the end of school all books will be due and no books will be checked out.

● All books are to be accounted for by the students final visit the second to the last week of school.


Collection Development Acquisition Policy

The aim of the Kay’s Creek Library is to have a current, engaging, relevant and diverse collection.

  • Picture books, fiction, and nonfiction will include a variety of award-winning literature and will be age appropriate for the intended audience.
  • Consideration is given to procuring titles that have proved popular with the student body.
  • Consideration is also give to providing texts which will compliment grade curriculum and core standards, along with striving to keep informational materials as the budget allows.
  • Consideration will be given to lists of books prepared by professional organizations such as the New York Times, Barnes and Noble, Amazon and review journals (School Library Journal, Kirkus, Horn Book).
  • New released titles that have not yet been reviewed may be purchased at the discretion of the librarian.
  • Consideration is given to students who request particular titles, as long as they are age appropriate.
  • Effort is given to provide information on a wide variety of topics that might be relevant to the ages and maturity levels of our students.
  • We are also currently building our digital library of ebooks and audiobooks through Overdrive. You may see available titles here



● Students and faculty may request books to be purchased for the library. Using the following form. here


Weeding and Inventory

  • The library collection will be inventoried at the end of each year.

  • Periodic evaluation of the of materials will be conducted in order to maintain an up to date, relevant, diverse collection. Books that are not circulating, are outdated or have inaccurate information, encourage stereotypes or biases will be removed from the collection. Per the Davis District Policy


  • Donated materials may be considered  as long as they meet collection development standards and are in good condition.  

  • Donated material that does not fit standards will be used for student rewards or passed on to classrooms for use.

  • We are always in need of makerspace items, such as fabric, yarn, tools, sewing supplies, and craft supplies, 3d pens and filament, and sphero robots.

  • Makerspace

  • Our school Makerspace is for 3-6th graders to use with permission from their teachers.

  • There are a variety of activities that are designed to encourage 21st Century learning skills such as inquiry, collaboration, communication and creativity.

    Parental Restrictions

  • Parents are encouraged to take an active interest in their child's reading materials.

  • Our library serves a broad age range.

  • Parents and students should realize that not every book in the library will be appropriate for each child in the school. If a title does not work for a particular student, they are encouraged to return it and find something that will fit better.

  • As stated in the District Library Policy, “A parent desiring to restrict their child’s access to specific library books or materials shall submit the request in writing to the library professional at the school the child is attending."

    Challenged Library Material

  • Occasionally the content of library material may be questioned.

  • All concerns should be brought directly to the librarian’s attention in a timely manner.

  • Often parent concerns can be addressed by talking through our library policies and working with the librarian to restrict their own child’s access to specific library materials if needed.

  • If further action is desired a evaluation committee is in place who will read and evaluate the book and determine if action will or will not be taken against the book. The majority will decide and an e-mail will be sent to inform the parent about the committee's decision.

  • If the librarian and committee are not able to resolve the parent's concern the librarian will refer the parent to the district and will follow the district policy in place for formal reconsideration of library materials.


  • Each class will have a scheduled time in the library, in which they will check in and check out books and have a instruction focusing on library skills, research, digital literacy and media literacy.

  • The first 10 min are reserved for checking in and checking out books.  When students are done they will silent read until we are ready to start our instruction time.  

  • If students are not checking in a book the first 10 min of class will be devoted to silent reading.  They may bring a book from class to read or they may choose a picture book to read while they are in the library.

  • During the 15-20 min instruction time all students will be expected to pay attention and participate.  Students will use computers in the library for instruction and building presentations. 

  • Students will be expected to follow the acceptable use agreement when using computers in the library.


  • The Davis District Desk Standards will be used for the curriculum.   Policy can be found in the library standards tab. The following apps will be used in instruction, flipgrid, adobe spark, sphero edu and DoInk.

    District policies

  • K - 5 Library Media Standards

  • 6 - 12 Secondary Library Media Standards

  • Full Collection Development Policy 









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6th Wride/Miles






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4th Ball/Killpack 4th Bentley/Killpack









1st Christensen 1st



  2nd Berezay/Olsen 2nd Foutz/Olsen 2nd Johanson/Olsen


One Book One School

Library Standards

The Library Media DESK focuses and prioritizes the reading and information literacy skills that students need to know and be able to use to help them read and research effectively in all subjects and with a variety of technologies.

Elementary DESK
K-5 Elementary Library Media Standards and Scope and Sequence 

Secondary DESK Standards
6-12 Secondary Library Media Standards  
Utah State Board of Education Library Media Standards

Rock The Halls

Hats off to Reading

We rock the halls the 1st Friday of the month.  This year’s theme is Hats off to Reading.  We have several  hats to choose from, they will be cleaned in between uses,  however, we know some may have concerns about sharing hats.  Those who would like to may bring a hat from home. Hats brought from home can only be worn during Rock The Halls.  A special hat from vacation, their grandpa, or even made themselves.  

   Enter minutes online from home, at school, or at library time.  Students can also record minutes on paper and bring them into the library. They can also email totals to KaysCreekReads@gmail.com.  Cutoff is 9pm the Sunday at the beginning of the week of Rock the Halls.   Minute totals sent to parents for approval.  We are promoting reading not cheating. 

If you have a reader who needs a boost or has been working hard but not getting the minutes to Rock the Halls, please let me know we can celebrate them!  We want all readers who give it their all to feel successful. 

I know some older students may not think it is cool to rock the halls, but please encourage them.  This is the only time the younger grades get to do something cool with the older grades.  They are so excited and having the older students with them is huge. Oh, and there will be different music to mix it up!



 Mrs. Wride 

Mrs Smith

Mrs Cruz

Mrs Martin

Mrs Minear

Mrs Hodges

Mrs Ball

Mrs Bentley

Mrs Johnson

Mrs Campbell

Mrs Pitt

Mrs Mason

Mrs Olsen

Battle of the Books

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Davis Book Battles 

Battle of the books is a voluntary reading program for students in grades 3-6th. The purpose is to encourage students to read a variety of books of different genres and to have fun competing with their peers.

Students are required to read at least 5 books from a list of 20 books.  Students are encouraged to read as many from the list that they can. The more they read the more they will know when it comes time for battle. Students who read all 20 books will have their picture put on our Wall Of Fame. 

Each student will be put on a team of 4-5 students.  Each team will compete with other teams in their grade level during school battles.  There will be a winning team from each grade level that will move on to the district battle.

Starting in October, there will be  Battle Meetings right after school from 1:30 -2:00 pm on the first Friday of the month These meetings are not mandatory but give students a chance to practice battle questions, write in their booklets, collect pins, play games and have fun.  

School Battles will be held towards the end of the year. The date and location are still being determined.

3rd-4th grade book list

5th-6th grade list

Registration Form

Q & A

Extra Battle Booklet Pages

Birthday Book Club

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Looking for the perfect gift for your reader?
I love having the privilege of celebrating birthdays with so many of our students.  It is an honor to spend part of  their special day together.  The school has asked treats not to be sent to school for students' birthdays, but there is a way to share a treat with the school and help our library grow!

A 10$ donation to the Birthday Book Club is a gift to share with the whole school.  Your reader will be able to choose a book from the Birthday Book Box, which is filled with some of the newest and most requested books.  A book plaque will be placed inside the book with the students first name, the month, and year it was donated.  A candle sticker put on the spine indicates it is Birthday Book Club book to students.  The chosen book will be presented during your student's class library period.  The special Birthday Book Song and Dance will be performed and a quick photo of your reader and the Birthday Book is snapped.  The birthday reader will be given a pin and be the first person to check out the book!  Their photo will be placed on the Birthday Book Club Wall.  At the end of the year their pictures will be placed inside the book.  Readers will enjoy this generous gift for years to come. Every time someone opens the book, they will know it was shared by your child! 

As a reminder i will send an email at the beginning of your student's birthday month, or 1/2 birthday for those who celebrate in June, July and August.  I look forward to celebrating your child's birthday with the school and watching our library grow.

Thank you and let me know if you have any questions. 

Thank you, Mrs Johnson 
Kay's Creek Librarian


READventure 1st and 2nd grade

Your READventure starts now.  

This year read a book from each category and earn a special pin.  1-2nd grade your challenge is to collect all 20 pins.  Each student will receive a lanyard to put their pins on.  Please keep track by finding your teachers name, when you click on it, it will open an Excel spread sheet.  In the top right hand side is a button that says edit in browser, click on that button.  Find your name and put in your book titles.  Mom and dad may need to help!  Read the books in any order you like.  HERE is a recording sheet that you can print to help you keep track of your reading at home.

1. Read an award winning book.
2. Read a book with a character who is different from you.
3. Read a book about a pet you have or would like to have.
4. A book about a place, state or country you would like to visit.
5.  A book about a historical event, fiction or nonfiction.
6. A book with wonderful illustrations.
7. A book with an animal.
8.  A book about a real person.
9 A book of poetry.
10. A holiday book other than Christmas, for example Halloween, Ground Hogs Day, Valentines Day or Thanksgiving.
11. One of your family members favorite children's book.
12. A book that was written the year you were born.
13. A book on how to create or make something. Origami, masks, drawing
14.  Read a book because you like the cover.
15. A book with a name in the title. 
16. A book with a red spine.
17. One of your teacher's favorite books when they were your age.  
18. A book that is a fairy tale or folktale.
19. A book recommended by a librarian, either Mrs Johnson, the public librarian or any librarian friend you have.  
20.  A book you want to read.

Mrs. Christensen

Mrs. Moon

 Mrs. Graham

Mrs. Bingham

Mrs Foutz 

Mrs. Berezay

Mrs Johansen


READventure Kindergarten and Functional Skils

Kindergarten & Functional Skills READventure

Where will your book take you today?
Head to the library
Your READventure starts NOW!

This year read a book from each category and earn a special pin.  Your challenge is to collect all 10 pins.  Each student will receive a lanyard to put their pins on.  Please keep track by finding your teachers name below. When you click on your teacher's name, it will open a Excel spread sheet.  On the top right hand side is a button that says edit in browser, click on that button.  Find your name and put in your book titles.   Mom and dad may need to help!  Read the books in any order you like.  HERE is a recording sheet that you can print to help you keep track of your reading at home.

1. A book about a pet you have or would like to have.

2. One of your mom or dad’s favorite children’s books.

3. A nonfiction book about how to make something

4. An informational book about an animal, a season, the weather, or something about nature.

5. A book you like just because of the cover.

6. A fantasy book where animals talk.

7. A fictional book Where the main character is a boy or a girl.

8. A book you choose because you want to read it.

9. One of your teacher’s favorite books.

10. A book with wonderful illustrations.

Mrs. Stanford AM

Mrs. Stanford PM

Mrs. Adams AM

Mrs. Morgan- Craig