SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- The Scarsdale Public Library will open its doors for students looking to squeeze in some last-minute studying for this year’s final exams.
The library will remain open to high school students-only from 9-11 p.m. on June 15-17 at its location at 54 Olmsted Rd. in Scarsdale, N.Y.
“When we started Finals Nights about five years ago, it was once a year for two nights. It has become so popular that, we expanded it to three nights for the June exams,” says Scarsdale Library Director Elizabeth Bermel in a statement.
“Additionally, we previously added nights in January for mid-term exams and in April for final exams for seniors before they begin Senior Options. From feedback we’ve received, the students welcome the opportunity to study individually or in groups in a relaxed environment. We try to make a stressful time as relaxed as possible.”
The library will provide snacks, including fruit and coffee, courtesy of the Friends of the Library. More information can be found online at scarsdalelibrary.org or by calling (914) 722-1300.
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