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BAKER HIGH LIBRARY  

 
OUR STAFF

Mrs. Pat Wilson
Library Media Specialist
 pwilson@bville.org

Mrs.  Reddick
Library Secretary

sreddick@bville.org

 
                  Mrs. Gursky                  
Teacher Aide
                                                                                                       

Mrs. Wilson  
 

 

About Our Library
 


     We buy what YOU want to read.  Bring your book requests to the front desk and we will include them in our next order.  We file fiction by genre, so if you have a particular interest in Sci - Fi, Horror, or Young Adult (to name a few) we make it easy to find what you like.  
     
     We are "officially" open from 7:30 to 2:45 each school day, but most days the doors open at 7.  We encourage you to come in before school and during lunch and study hall to work on the computers, play a game of chess, or just sit in a comfortable chair and read.  We are also open after school on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons until 3:30.
     Please come in and enjoy our casual atmosphere!  We are proud of our new furniture and coffee tables and have worked hard to create a place where you can relax and read.  We are always willing to help you find materials or to solve a computer problem.  

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Students playing a game of chess

 



Our graphic novels, one of the many genres in the fiction section.

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