The Edward J. DeBartolo Family Center for Media and Technology at St. Lawrence opened in the fall of 2007. The center has two conference rooms and two computer labs with a seating capacity of thirty students per lab. The labs can be opened to accommodate up to sixty students. The center also houses a television studio from which the morning show is broadcast daily. Students in Kindergarten through Eighth grade are taught Information Literacy Skills through a research based media program that utilizes a process model of inquiry to explore both print and non-print sources. The media specialist and one assistant nurture the joy of reading through story time presentations and book talks. The print collection houses 13,000 items. St. Lawrence students are required to obtain a public library card. The students are taught how to access online library resources at the county and state level during media classes.
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