The media center remains open to students despite the fact that it is housing 143 Senior Project products which currently are being evaluated by faculty members through today. The media center closed last fall when the faculty used it to grade Senior Project research papers.
After the they are graded, the products will be displayed in the media center. Science boards from the seniors who did their project as part of science research are already up and will continue to be displayed during next week’s Wildcat Café fund-raiser.
“We have a lot of people coming,” media specialist Amy Franco said.
In addition to teachers bringing their classes to the media center to see the Senior Projects, Franco also expects people from the district administration to stop in an see the projects.
By Dana Brown