Night library reopens

Story by Amanda Hackleman, Staff Writer

Night Library opened Monday to help students who need to make up tests and work on homework assignments. It’s open Mondays and Thursdays from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

The rules are simple. Come sign in, work and sign out. Coming to “hang out” is not allowed as students must be working on school assignments to stay.

Tutorials are also available for those who need them. This includes help for upcoming tests and homework. Teachers representing all core classes will be there. A Spanish teacher will also be present for interpretation. These teachers will give you a test you need to make up, tutor you on a subject you need help with, and answer any questions you might have on an assignment. The library is also available for research.

For those students whose parents are unable to pick them up from the school, buses will load at the circle driveway on Kennedy Lane at 6:30 p.m. The buses will not take students home, but they will drop them off at the nearest elementary school.

Mu Alpha Theta is offering math tutoring. Students involved in this organization will be available for any math help. This will not available immediately but most likely be started soon.

So, if you need help with any subject or need to make up a test you missed, Night Library is always available for use. For any further questions about night library, be sure to contact Mark Schroeder.