Here are furniture from middle schools and high schools.
Librarian Kathleen Nullet repainted her Kailua Intermediate School Library. Kathleen said she decided to treat the library the way she treats her home. She added more colors and repainted the library walls, conference room walls, and shelves.
The new look of the library also brought a change of attitude from her Kailua Intermediate students. They were better behaved, showed more respect and took better care of the library.
Librarian Kris Yoakum put in new furniture for reading and study areas at Mililani Middle School.
Mid-Pacific Institute Librarians David Wee and Nicole Goff have a neat magazine rack along with a chalkboard circulation desk.
They use the Mid-Pac circulation chalkboard for reminders, sayings, and jokes.
Mililani High School has reading area chairs and table and chairs with wheels. Librarian Betty Arai also showed me the conference room foldable chairs with wheels.
Librarian Jo Ann Ishida at Chiefess Kapiolani Elementary School set up an easy reader section with low shelves and a cute rug for her young readers.
Mililani Waena Elem library reading area and tables with whiteboard and chairs on wheels purchased from Interior Showplace Ltd on Queen Street.
Librarian Ruth Iaela-Pukahi at Webling Elem had help from her school’s custodian to repaint donated tables so they are erasable table tops that can be written on.
Media Specialist Donna Shigezawa at Salt Lake Elementary says her students love rearranging the movable furniture into Poke balls.
Check out Pearl Ridge Elementary’s shelves on wheels and book display at the circulation desk that Librarian Dori Seatriz put in. Dori purchased the mobile shelves from Servco School and Office Furniture.