High school libraries more than just a place to study these days
High school libraries used to be a place where studying was done and the Dewey Decimal system dominated a student’s research, but today with the implementation of iPads, e-books, and boundless online resources at a student’s fingertips, the library is a place of more than just books on a shelf. High school librarians have had to adapt to the changes brought on by the 21st century and master resources this generation of high school students cannot live without.
Recipe: Pan Bagnat Wrap sandwich tightly in foil, waxed paper or plastic wrap, then place in a plastic bag. Put sandwich under a weight such as a cast-iron frying pan topped with a filled kettle, or have a child about 7 years old sit on it. Weight sandwich for 7 to 10 minutes, then flip and weight it for another 7 to 10 minutes (or as long as you can get the child to sit still).