Ball High’s Library Gets New Grant

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As students migrate to the warm toned library that rests in the middle of our three-story school for a variety of purposes: for lunch, classes or to pass time, disturbances becomes a problem. Fortunately, after a form entered by a variety of hopeful teachers to the Galveston Educational Foundation (G.E.F) the benevolent organization, that give out grants every year, gifted Ball High School’s library with a grant that provides a Versare Room Divider 360. The grant was gifted to librarians Laura Neff and her assistant Danita Lanier.

The purple dividers symbolize one of the school’s colors. The foldable purple, acoustical fiber is set to divide the front tables from the tables that inch themselves closer to the wormhole of fantasy and reality that lay upright in the book shelves. Last year the G.E.F helped the library buy new furniture and iPads. The room divider will now be a part of the additions to Ball High’s ever improving library under the aegis of Mrs. Neff.

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