Welcome to the F.D.E.S. Shelby Comstock Library

  • The goal of the Shelby Comstock Library is to serve the educational needs of our faculty and students. The environment is inviting, with many opportunities and resources for students to learn the skills needed for academic success while promoting a lifelong love of reading and learning.

    The National Information Literacy Standards is the foundation for instruction. Library lessons are also developed to introduce, reinforce, and supplement the Virginia Standards of Learning which are taught in the classroom.


What are we learning?

  • Students are working on WPS Curriculum:

    • Locating and selecting books to read for enjoyment
    • Locating and selecting books to read for information
    • Learning to appreciate a variety of types of literature.
    • Researching topics with classroom instruction
    • Developing an understanding of cultures around the globe
    • Navigating online databases:
      • Destiny Discover
      • PebbleGo
      • World Book Online

Reading Tips for Caregivers

    • Read aloud to your child.
    • Let your child read aloud to you.
    • Talk about what has been read.
    • Visit your public library and help your child get a library card.
    • Have a special place in your home for library books

    More Reading Tips for Parents

  • Announcements:

    New Book Request

    Use this form to request a new book(s) you would like us to consider for purchase for our collection.






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Meet the Librarian

  • Elizabeth Logan

    Mrs. Elizabeth Logan

    Mrs. Logan is from El Paso, Texas. She honorably served in the United States Air Force for eight years. During her time as an Enlisted Security Officer, she obtained a Criminal Justice Associates Degree. She then switched careers and became an Education Training Manager, where she received her Education and Training Management Associates Degree. In June 2016, she graduated with honors from Ashford University with a Bachelor of Arts in Library Science and Media. In April 2020, she graduated from Wayne State University with a Master's in Library Information Sciences.