What’s going on before winter break?

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A giant wreath hung in the PAC.

A giant wreath hung in the PAC.

Morgan Page

Morgan Page

A giant wreath hung in the PAC.

Morgan Page, Staff Writer and Co-Editor

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During the winter months, LHS had a variety of new displays and programs to help get students get into the holiday spirit before winter break began.

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The Literacy Tree of Love is an annual project hosted by NEHS and provides children with low-income families with new books for Christmas.

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The Tree contains ornaments and paper stocking cutouts with the ages and genders of the children who the books will be bought for.

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Two stockings that represent two boys who are 14 and 10 years old.

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In the LRC, there is a display featuring books that are perfect to curl up and enjoy a hot drink with during a cold day.

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The display stand that holds the books features a clever pun.

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Curl up with a book and relax while viewing the LRC’s fireplace display.

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The LRC has also gotten in the spirit and put up a Christmas tree. The tree is located next to the fireplace display.

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The best gift is the gift of education.The shelves are filled with books that are organized by genre for people who are looking for the perfect adventure. The books on the shelves and in the rest of the library can be checked out over the holidays.

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These books are for the “readers who need an escape from reality.”

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The Menorah located on the mantle lights ups when a button is pressed. Hanukkah was celebrated this year from the evening of Tuesday, Dec. 12 to the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 20.

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To help combat the stress of finals, the library has set up a table with adult coloring posters. Students can color in different letters and shapes to relieve anxiety.

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The library provides colored pencils for students to fill in the shapes on the poster.

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Behind the table with the coloring supplies, there is a white board containing information on the positive facts about how coloring helps the brain.

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