Media center switches displays, continues March Madness event

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Media center switches displays, continues March Madness event

Terri Ramos, department chairperson for media and communications, looks at papers on her desk. Ramos said the media center always has something new for people to learn about.

Terri Ramos, department chairperson for media and communications, looks at papers on her desk. Ramos said the media center always has something new for people to learn about.

Terri Ramos, department chairperson for media and communications, looks at papers on her desk. Ramos said the media center always has something new for people to learn about.

Terri Ramos, department chairperson for media and communications, looks at papers on her desk. Ramos said the media center always has something new for people to learn about.

Karen Zhang

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According to Terri Ramos, department chairperson for media and communications, the media center has switched its displays to reflect the upcoming school library month.

“We like to switch displays around themes which is something really fun,” Ramos said. “So we have ‘Love Your Library Month’ coming up and it’s just a fun way to show appreciation.”

The media center will also showcase a March Madness event during March.

Ramos said, “It’s just something fun where we can get student input. We have students vote on their favorite books and at the end we see which book wins.”

Ben Ring, student aid and junior, said the media center is a resource that is often underutilized.

Ring said, “The media center really does a lot. They have fun events that more people should come and see.”  By Karen Zhang 

https://www.ccs.k12.in.us/chs/academics/library

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