The jr high/high school library stayed busy first semester providing books, magazines, online research tools, computers, and work space for students and staff.
1930s research project
Ian Anderson’s freshman English classes spent two weeks in the library researching and creating 1930s newspapers as a culminating project after reading To Kill a Mockingbird. The library has dozens of books about the 1930s so students can find out about famous events and people during that era, what advertisements and newspapers looked like at the time, and what things cost. The library provides the perfect collaborative workspace for groups as they research, write and print articles, and lay out their newspapers.
Above: Freshmen Bella and MaKayla work on their 1930s newspaper project in the library.