Chromebooks, Coffee, and Comfort

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Chromebooks, Coffee, and Comfort

Abigail Hurtt, Editor-In-Chief

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Until recently, the school library has been a place largely uninhabited by students and only occupied by the occasional English class doing research or checking out books. Snacks and drinks were strictly prohibited and the only place to sit was in hard wooden chairs in clusters around the room. That has all changed with the upgrades put in place over the summer and during the first few weeks of school.

The reinvented library is intended to be a place where students can work on assignments, relax on the new couches and chairs, and even enjoy a hot cup of coffee (or tea). In addition to the new furniture, there is also a new iConnect center, conveniently located, which students can visit if they experience any issues with their new Chromebooks.

The idea is that students can get a drink at Java City, walk through to the library, and work on Chromebooks with assistance nearby if needed. By creating this new lounge like atmosphere, students will hopefully feel less intimidated by the walls of books and more inclined to stop by and hang out with their friends or just come solo and get some homework done.

 

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