A Christian mission school called the Child Development Center (CDC) in Foya City, Lofa County has planned to establish a new library in response to requests from parents and students.
The school’s proprietor, Moses Borbor, made the disclosure recently in an interview with the Daily Observer at the school.
Mr. Borbor said that textbooks, among them literature, dictionaries and other reference materials, are already being stored in the space designated for the new library.
He said that when the library is fully operational, it would operate from 8:00 AM to 5 PM, Monday to Friday, and that students will find solutions to their respective assignments there in.
Although the library would be restricted to the school’s students, Mr. Borbor said that teachers from other schools in the Foya District school system will be allowed to make use of the library once it is fully functional.
“I must admit that there is no library being established in Foya City; and so, we want to be the first institution to set such an education record in our district,” Borbor said.
The school’s proprietor said since news of the library got out students and teachers have been very excited about the new development, which he hopes will be fully functional before the end of the 2016/2017 academic calendar.
Meanwhile, Mr. Borbor said that due to popular demand from parents and guardians, plans are afoot for the construction of a separate day care center, which will be the first to be established by the Child Development Center in the district.