Library TA's help out at SJHS

Submitted by tiffanie.miley on Mon, 10/05/2009 - 13:46

Ever wondered how librarians get so much done? Well, Mr. Gary Brimhall, SJHS librarian, has designated 8th and 9th graders to assist him with his library duties during their free periods. They help out in the library and make copies for teachers. They say that they became TA's because they like helping out. More specifically, Library TA Bronson Bartholomew said he likes his job because “you get to help out teachers and other students.”

According to Mr. Brimhall, the responsibilities of a Library TA are to “check out and check in books, put books away once they’re checked in, and do all the copy jobs.”

How does a student become a Library TA? According to Vicky Ha, one of these designated helpers, they just ask their counselor. “They will help you, and they’re nice!” said Vicky.

Attributions
Jack Setzer, SJHS Staff Writer