Manuel Epstein Library Media Center

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Basic Information

Established: 1975
Schedule: 7 am - 3:30 pm
Address: 137 Monument Street Haverhill, MA 01830
Phone Number: 978-374-5700
Fax Number: 978-374-5705
Director: Henry Toromoreno

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Additional Information

Computer Capabilities:

Two labs with 60 computers, one rolling cart with 30 laptops.

Education Programs: High School, 9-12
Membership Details:

HHS is a member of NEASC, ASLA and the MLS.

Library History:

The Manuel Epstein Library Media Center (LMC) was dedicated in 1975. The open air design, typical of many 1970s public construction works, allows for multiple groups to convene in and use the library. Attached to the library are multiple classrooms that in the past were used as study areas and a faculty library, but today house technical and computer classes including game and web design, robotics, 3D printing and a fully operational medical emergency lab used to train students in EMT services.

Exhibits: The Manual Epstein LMC is developing a "Museum of Outdated Technology"; a collection of tech and tools from our recent past, that demonstrate the minor developments that lead to major breakthroughs. To this end, we have been collecting and curating TVs, radios, DVD players, mobile phones, pagers, game consoles and other electronic equipment that finds itself replaced by the newest incarnation of the same old thing.

The Manuel Epstein LMC has a number of meetings, conferences and other events throughout the school year. Twice a year, for example, the LMC hosts a Coffee House Night, where staff and students are invited to an open mic to entertain by playing music or reading poetry.