This Saturday morning, Anna F. Doerfler School will celebrate the grand opening of its newly renovated library from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. with makerspace activities and story times for students, refreshments, and door prizes for families. Doerfler School serves a culturally diverse population of students from K4 through 8th grade and supports a Bilingual Program for grades K4 through 5. Dr. Darienne Driver, Alderman Bob Donovan and School Board Director Dr. Tony Baez will be in attendance and will make remarks in support of the library.
Watch video of the transformation here.
Anna F. Doerfler Elementary
3014 W. Scott St., Milwaukee, WI 53215
Saturday, June 3, 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
MPS invested in renovating Doerfler’s library to create a multipurpose, versatile space for students, staff, parents and community events. The vibrant, flexible library space with its large bilingual collection, technology, and modular furniture supports creativity, imagination, and collaboration. The library was designed and created through a collaborative effort of a number of MPS departments including Facilities, Finance, the Superintendent’s Office, Curriculum and Instruction, and the Doerfler staff.