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Library invests in renovations to accommodate one-to-one devices

Leblanc and Leary testing out the new seats in the library.

Leblanc and Leary testing out the new seats in the library.

Jordan Latter, Staff Writer

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To accommodate the new one-to-one device program, the library media center plans to undergo a five-month renovation to create smarter and more efficient space for students. They plan to remove desktops to make room for work space and tables and open new printing stations and new seating arrangements. 

The printing station is set up in the front of the library to allow students to enter, quickly print, and then return to class. Four desktops are set up with the printer, and according to librarian Jennifer Leary, they will set up another station soon. The seats are also a new feature, and were being tested out by our very own principal Claire LeBlanc before they were placed in the library.  

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