School Library

Students can come in to get questions answered, get help with research and information or to find something fun to read. There are also computers available for use.

In the Library

South Tech High School Library

Students are always welcome to come in for a quiet place to study or use a computer for research and printing. In addition to informational materials, the library has popular Young Adult fiction and current magazines for leisure reading.

The Librarian will be in the library at all times except Tuesday mornings and Wednesday afternoons. In addition to school related questions, students can also get help with job searches, college searches and resume writing. With any question at all, a library is a good place to start. Please come check it out!

About the Librarian

Mrs. Schnurbusch has been the Library Media Specialist at South Tech for over 10 years. She received a Master’s in Library Science from the University of Missouri and a Master’s in Education from Missouri Baptist University. She also works in a public library so she is able to stay current on both public and school library trends. She enjoys helping students and being a part of South Tech.

School Librarian

LORETTA SCHNURBUSH
LIBRARY MEDIA SPECIALIST

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Library Hours

  • Monday:
    All Day
  • Tuesday:
    11:50 AM - 2:30 PM
  • Wednesday:
    7:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Thursday:
    All Day
  • Friday:
    All Day
South Tech High School

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