Friday, August 5, 2016

Trustees, students and community members of the North Monterey County High School held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the school's new library on Monday, Aug. 1.

The new Library/Media Center was made possible with funds from Measure H, approved in November 2013. Measure H provided $23.8 million for renovations and upgrades for the schools within North Monterey County.

The upgraded facility includes a College & Career Center, a teaching computer lab, a training/professional development lab, and a Family Outreach/Migrant Education room with computers. The building also has multiple computer stations for students to work on projects and conduct online research, in addition to Chromebooks which students and teachers can check out to use.

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