RCPS students attend grand re-opening of Williamson Road Library
Posted on 11/13/2017
Breckinridge student standing in front of a life-size replica of a Scrabble board at Williamson Road Library"We now have our own place," said one James Breckinridge Middle School student.  That was the reaction as students toured the new Teen Room at the renovated library branch on Williamson Road.

The City of Roanoke held a ribbon cutting to re-open the library.  Students from James Breckinridge Middle, Monterey Elementary, Preston Park Elementary, and Round Hill Elementary were part of the festivities. 

It makes sense since the library was renovated with children in mind.  There are plenty of fun activities and places to chill in the Teen Room.  The life sized Scrabble board and the Dry Erase Wall are already big hits.  In the children's area, you will find games, state-of-the-art technology, and several cool places to read a good book.

Preston Park student looking through a window at the new library on Williamson RoadElementary school student reading a book near a book shelfBreckinridge student looking at the camera with a book in front of himElementary student getting her face painted
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