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Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review - Student Council president Jada Brentley, 17, and other Woodland Hills Chamber Choir members wait for their turn to perform during the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new Library Media Center for the Woodland Hills High School on Friday February 22, 2013.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review</em></div>Student Council president Jada Brentley, 17, and other Woodland Hills Chamber Choir members wait for their turn to perform during the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new Library Media Center for the Woodland Hills High School on Friday February 22, 2013.
Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review - Members of the Woodland Hills Chamber Choir take a seat at the new computer stations as they wait for their turn to perform during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Library Media Center on Friday Feb. 22, 2013. The media center retains 11,000 books, magazine and newspaper subscriptions, and a DVD and VHS collection.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review</em></div>Members of the Woodland Hills Chamber Choir take a seat at the new computer stations as they wait for their turn to perform during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Library Media Center on Friday Feb. 22, 2013. The media center retains 11,000 books, magazine and newspaper subscriptions, and a DVD and VHS collection.
Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review - Woodland Hills High School students take part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the school’s Library Media Center on on Friday February 22, 2013 as Principal Dan Stephens watches in the background. The center includes 70 iMac desktop, 60 MacBook Air laptop and 60 iPad tablet computers and equipment for teleconferences; workrooms; and several electronic databases for research.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review</em></div>Woodland Hills High School students take part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the school’s Library Media Center on on Friday February 22, 2013 as Principal Dan Stephens watches in the background. The center includes 70 iMac desktop, 60 MacBook Air laptop and 60 iPad tablet computers and equipment for teleconferences; workrooms; and several electronic databases for research.

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Woodland Hills High School now has a state-of-the art, $1.9 million Library Media Center to better prepare students for their futures, officials said. “It was all about the kids and enhancing their learning,” said Licia L. Lentz, assistant principal at the school in Churchill. In addition to the library renovation project, the district paid about $100,000 to relocate the information technology department from the district's administration building to a new space at the high school.
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