Makerspace Brings Creativity to Library

Legos, crafts, and other materials available in Makerspace

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The Ram Resource Room is home to the new Makerspace, located behind the circulation desk in the former librarian office. The space was thought up and created by Librarian Rachel Miller.

                    The space has a lot of different options for students to express themselves.”

— Librarian Rachel Miller

The Makerspace is an area where students can come be creative and have fun without stress. There are no assignments or due dates and students can let their creativity flow. 

A group of freshmen visited the Makerspace. (Courtesy Photo)

“The space has a lot of different options for students to express themselves. So far our most popular options have been diamond painting and Play-Doh. It’s good because it is so flexible and can be used by different students in different ways,” said Miller.

All students and teachers are welcome to use the Makerspace anytime the library is open. Students must have permission from their teacher to use the space and must come with a pass. A maximum of five students can utilize the space at one time.