Reported by: Pearl Cooper
The learning lab is located in E201 and is open all nine periods for academic help, or just for a quiet work place. To go to the learning lab, you do not need a pre-signed pass, you just have to sign out of your study hall a receive a pass from the teacher. Make sure to sign into the Learning Lab at the front of the room.
Learning Lab supervisor Mrs. Amrhein said, “about one hundred twenty students use the Learning Lab per day, with lunch periods being the busiest.”
Academic help is available for math and English classes. A math and English teacher is typically available every period of the day. They provide help for essay rewrites, reading comprehension, test corrections, and homework help. If you have trouble understanding something in class, it may become more clear with a one-on-one discussion. The Learning Lab offers gives the opportunity for more individualized learning that may not be obtainable inside the classroom.
The Learning Lab also provides a quiet alternative to the library for doing schoolwork. There is plenty of space for working individually or quietly with a partner. There is a cart of laptops that can be used by seniors or anyone else who does not have a school computer.
Senior Sophie Herrmann said, “I just started going to the Learning Lab during my study halls, it is an awesome place to get work done.”
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