The last piece to complete the new Library has been finished, a beautiful piece of artwork showcasing the talents of Rayleen Lundquist (Art 20) and Jessica Hunt (Back to Business). I think it is even more beautiful than I had envisioned. Thanks girls.
It has been a long process but the Library now has furniture. A couple of bistro tables for working and a soft seat area for relaxing and conversing. An art project is in the making and I will provide a picture of it when it has been completed. A big thank you goes out to Kayden, Kolton and Tanner for all their help in assembling the furniture. If you haven’t already stopped by to see the new furnishings then make a point to do so.
The Learning Commons is soooo close to being completely finished. There are some small finishing items to be completed and then the addition of furniture. I’ve taken to mapping furniture out on the floor to see how it fits…..
I can’t deny I have had some very interesting looks thrown my way. Not everyone is embracing my “imaginary” furniture but rest assured “real” furniture has been ordered and soon there will be a very comfortable seating area to be enjoyed by everyone.
When we left in June the Learning Commons was still just a big construction site, but August 19 brought moving day. Attached are a couple of pictures of my new desk as well as a picture of the construction zone that I moved into. All the books have been moved and shelved, not necessarily in order, but they are here. Construction is still not quite finished but we are getting there and it will be beautiful when it is all done.
Today is the last day of the 2018-19 school year so I thought I would post one last picture of the Learning Commons modernization process. Things are coming along slowly but we can see the end and it is going to look awesome. So hopefully all will be completed when I come back at the end of August.
As I had mentioned in my last post it has come time for the Learning Commons to be renovated. This means that the last couple of weeks were spent packing up and moving all the books. It actually went faster than I had anticipated and everything is more accessible that I had originally expected it to be. I’ve already attached some pictures of what the space looked like before and I am now attaching pictures of the space once all the books were moved, the newly built space I have moved into along with the Work Experience Office, a picture of the books/magazines which are housed down the hall and finally a couple of pictures of the very empty space that was the Learning Commons and is now a major construction site. The new space in which I am presently working out of is fondly being called The Lodge due to its rustic appearance. It is exciting times here at EBHS and I can’t wait to show everyone the final product.