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Bearden library receives grant to diversify book selection

Senior Dante Brown reads one of the library’s new selections. Photo credit: Emma Kate Poole.

The Bearden library received two grants last fall from the Bearden High School Foundation with the intention of expanding the library database and funding novels necessary for Project Lit, a club new to Bearden. The Resource Literature Center database received $1700; this resource allows students to complete research on literary elements or criticism.

“We are always excited because the things we ask for are outside of our budget, so anytime we can do special projects or things like that, it’s always great for the library and it’s great for the students too,” librarian Mrs. Amy Davis said.

Article by Alyssa Gast, Staff Writer and published courtesy of The Bark, the student news site of Bearden High School. Read the full article at The Bark.

The Bearden High School Foundation helps students and staff make BHS a place of academic, athletic and artistic excellence. Learn more at


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