Monday, October 30, 2006
New library at the Hurley School
The Joseph J. Hurley Elementary School in the South End celebrated International School Library Day with a ribbon-cutting to dedicate its new school library. The new library was made possible through the efforts of Neighborhood Parents for the Hurley School, as well as donations from IKEA, parents, students and foundations. The room was named in memory of former Hurley teacher John Dones. The Hurley, a Spanish-English dual immersion school, will begin expansion to a K-8 school next year, with the addition of grade 6 in September 2007.
Posted by Chris Horan at 12:55 PM