Two sound-proof glass booths in the Hopkins High School Media Center will be installed to offer private – yet supervised – space for students to conduct college interviews or visits, PSEO classes and/or presentations, virtual medical or therapy appointments, and quiet work spaces for test-make-ups, creating podcasts, etc.. There is simply not enough quiet space for all the demand for personalized learning, particularly space that can be supervised, unlike an empty classroom in the interior of the building. All students will have access to these spaces; counting all three lunchtimes and each class block across a school year, that amounts to 3,780 sessions available for use. The HHS Media Center staff are excited to offer this 21st Century enhancement to its many other services.
Hopkins High School Media Center
Submitter: Carol Tracy