P.S. 135 welcomes state−of−the−art library

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Bookworms at Public School 135 can take a word voyage into a labyrinth of new books, plus surf the Web on brand new computers in their restored, state−of­−the−art library.

The bright new archive was unveiled with a grand opening ceremony at the East Flatbush school, 684 Linden Boulevard, capped by a ribbon−cutting and a student performance by the Elite Dance Group.

Funded by the Robin Hood Foundation, the refurbished room boasts a high−tech electronic catalogue system, a Smart Board learning tool for teachers and a media center.

The Robin Hood Foundation was established in 1988 by hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones to help fight poverty in New York City.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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