High school in Clovis makes eReaders available for check out
CLOVIS, Calif. (KFSN) -- A Valley high school has a new tool to encourage students to read more and reduce the load students carry in their backpacks.
Buchanan High School Library is the first in the Valley, and one of only a few in the entire state, to officially have Nook eReaders available to students for check out.
Suzanne Streeter and Ashley Langford championed the effort and worked for more than 6 months to bring this to a reality.
The Nook eReaders are now available at the Buchanan High School Library. You can also find them at any Barnes and Nobles store starting at just under one-hundred dollars.
ereader, clovis, fresno county, technology news, linda mumma
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