Thanks to a generous donation from PTF (Parents, Teachers, Friends) as well as support from the school, the PBS High School Library is a welcoming and comfortable space to work and read.
New shelving was added to make the collection more accessible for research and reading. With the help of student library aide Sarah Storer, the entire library book collection was rearranged. The library now has a research room that holds the nonfiction section and provides space for classes to meet. The fiction and biographies are located in the reading room, which allows for reading and independent study.
New chairs were added to the research room to provide comfortable, sturdy seating for classes. The most popular additions to the library were four tablet arm lounge chairs. These chairs have tablet arms that swivel to the front to provide a working surface for use with books or laptops.
The most recent addition was lounge seating provided by the school and a donation from the National Honor Society. Students have relaxing workspaces with two couches, two lounge chairs, and five footrests.
Take a look inside: