By Allen Brewer
To celebrate National Library Week, many different events will be offered April 10-13.
On April 10, students can attend a session on how to create a design using a 3D printer. Students that wish to participate will be able to get a copy of their design printed.
At 6:30 p.m., students can act out a part in a murder mystery and look for clues in the library to figure out the identity of the murderer.
This is also the deadline for student submissions for the poetry contest. Students should email Courtney Hicks at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 662-612-0083.
On April 11, students can play a game of Super Mario Brothers for a chance to win a gift card to Game Stop. The student with the highest score on level 1-1 will win. The game will be open for students from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.
At 2 p.m., students who submitted an entry for the poetry contest will be able to compete for a prize. Two winners will be chosen for first place and will win $35 and second place will win $25 and prizes.
Students can also enter the Book Face Contest throughout the week for the chance to win a prize. To enter, all students have to do is send a photo of a book covering their face. Students wanting to enter should also contact Hicks for information.