When students return to Emma B. Ward Elementary on Wednesday morning, they may notice their school’s library looks a little different. It still has books, but this library is far from traditional.
Over the summer, contractors renovated the library into what school officials call a 21st Century learning space.
Gone are the large, hulking shelves crowded with stacks of books and organized rows of desks topped with desktop computers. Instead, the space is open and completely transformable.