Plan will turn the page on old Nordhoff library

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Art courtesy of RNT Architects
A rendering shows how the quad area outside the library will likely look.
Andra Belknap, Ojai Valley News reporter
RNT Architects, a Ventura architecture firm, is finalizing plans to revitalize the Nordhoff High School library with slightly less than $3 million in Measure J funds.
Along with energy efficiency and re-roofing projects at multiple Ojai Unified School District (OUSD) campuses, the library renovation is among the highest-priced Measure J-funded improvements the District will undertake.
The concept calls for transforming the library into a technology-based media center with multiple break-out spaces that will allow students to work together in small groups.
See also: “There was no summer recess when it came to spending school bond money,” Ojai Valley News, Aug. 24, 2017.

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