“Need a quiet place to study? Need some time to study? Visit the ‘Resource Room’ that is open to all students.

At the end of the freshmen hallway yo will find a place that goes by the name, “Resource Room.” It was new to the school last year, and isn’t well known quite yet. “We can get 0 students, which we started out with in the beginning,” explains leader Carol Theis,”Now we typically get 3 to 4 per block, maybe more.

It is open during class and AAA’s. “What it is, is teachers send students to take a test, work on assignments, and get help if they need it. We also have computers available,” said Theis.

Tracy Vanlith also run the room two blocks a day. You can go in:get help with your homework, have a place to study, get books to use on research, and have a quiet place to study. Theis concluded, “It’s basically a quiet place to get work done.”

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