Riverhead High School’s new library unveiled

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02/12/2014 8:00 AM |
The Riverhead High School's new library was unveiled Tuesday. (Photos by Sandra Kolbo)

The Riverhead High School’s new library was unveiled Tuesday. (Photos by Sandra Kolbo)

Riverhead School District officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday unveiling the new high school library.

Superintendent Nancy Carney described the new space, which includes two computer labs, as “befitting students who are learning in the Computer Age.”

“The room is now a modern and beautiful environment where our students can conduct research with up-to-date technology, work on projects in small group settings, or read and work independently in comfortable spaces,” she said.

The project was paid for through a $78.3 million construction bond project voters approved in 2011.

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A new computer lab.

New computer lab.

Stacks in the new library.

Library stacks.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Students researching Shakespearean sonnets in a new computer lab.

Students researching in the new computer lab.

Media specialist Kim McGurk with her student interns, from left to right: Steven Chastaine, Tyler Allen, Matthew Card and Taylor Schumacher.

Media specialist Kim McGurk with her student interns, from left to right: Steven Chastaine, Tyler Allen, Matthew Card and Taylor Schumacher.

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