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Librarian John Kreider checks in a recently returned book from a freshman student. This is Kreiders first year hosting Banned Books Week for Loy Norrix High School.

Teachers share thoughts on Banned Books Week

Hollis Masterson, Staff Writer October 19, 2021

"Banned Books Week is a big holiday for librarians celebrating the right to read, and I've never done anything for it in here mostly because it's the beginning of the year and I'm getting things started,"...

On the left, Mara Vander Beek reading Pippi Longstocking in 2012. On the right, Vander Beek reading her history textbook in 2020.

High school students have stopped reading for pleasure

Clara Moss, Social Media Editor November 24, 2020

During Book Fair week in elementary school, the halls would be abuzz with excitement as fifth graders showed each other the books they wanted and third graders pulled their parents around the shelves set...

Loy Norrixs Library gets a facelift

Loy Norrix’s Library gets a facelift

Lilly MacInnis, Photo Editor/Social Media Team November 19, 2019

Locked Doors, Locked Minds: Restricting School Library Access Shouldn’t Be Allowed

Locked Doors, Locked Minds: Restricting School Library Access Shouldn’t Be Allowed

April 26, 2019

By Claire Beougher The doors of the school library should never be closed to students, no matter what the reason. We’ve all seen the signs hanging on the library doors at Loy Norrix saying, “The library...

Use the Other Door

Use the Other Door

February 28, 2018

Artist: Evie Bartley

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