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Two Schools Visit in January 2018
Tenafly High School Library Media Center welcomed Englewood Cliffs administrators (Bergen) and their visionary team, and then a team of administrators and teachers from Newton High School (Sussex) this past January. Both groups have interest in our library facilities and exploring the possibility of integrating television broadcast into their respective schools. We are always glad to welcome educators from other schools!
THS-HSA Holiday Luncheon
Pearl River Schools Visit
On Wednesday, August 9th, we welcomed a visit from Pearl River School’s superintendent and other administrators and EI Associates to tour our library media center complex. They toured our library complex prior to making major renovations in their district.
Nyack Public School Visit
We had the pleasure of welcoming Nyack Public School administration and staff on 2 February 2017. We were happy to host as they took a look at our facilities and what is offered students and staff at THS.
Library’s Special Row-boat
Just outside of Frankfurt is a library called Stadtbibliothek - Bad Homburg - a beautiful facility with a children’s area that includes a wonderful small boat - now we have one too! Read More
Northern Valley Demarest Admins Visit our Library Media Center
Prior to holiday break we were happy to welcome NV Principal, VP, and Library Media Specialist to our library media center. As they are contemplating renovations to their facility, they were interested in observing our unique model in Tenafly. We wish them good luck as they plan for their future!
Seeing the Art in Science
An exhibit, on loan from the German Center of Research and Innovation in New York City, is presently installed in the Tenafly High School Library Media Center. Kathryn F. Coulter, Senior Multimedia Designer of the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, selected and artistically enhanced twenty images from a variety of labs and researchers made with Zeiss imaging equipment. The results provide an astonishingly colorful display of unexpected biological forms. Click here for more information . . .