4 min read520 views and 345 shares Posted January 24, 2020
In partnership with the Lebanon County Library Association, LebTown is proud to introduce “Library Letters,” a series of columns about the programming, people, and possibilities offered by libraries around the county.
Today’s letter is from Pamela Raytick, librarian at Cedar Crest Middle School.
Walk into any of the libraries in the Cornwall-Lebanon schools, and you will notice the change immediately. School libraries are transforming into versatile learning centers to meet the needs of students and curricula.
At Cedar Crest High School (CCHS), tabletops are now white boards where students can work with dry erase markers on group projects, math problems, or other class and club assignments. Dry erase walls are used for small group presentations. Students can purchase a coffee at the Falcon Perch…