NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A metro school has received some much needed upgrades to their library.
Mayor Karl Dean was on hand to celebrate the grand re-opening of McGavock High School's library.
The technology upgrades and design improvements were all part of Nashville's "Limitless Libraries" program, which helps give students access to materials they need.
Just by using their school I-D cards, students were able to reserve items from the public library, and they're delivered right to the school.
“It gives young people access to books to movies to music; the things you want them to have access to,” said Mayor Dean.
McGavock was the fifth Nashville High School to receive upgrades through the program.