Biblioteca ucacha

Comenzó a funcionar en 1952 en un aula del I.S.L.G.S.M. y en 1968 se le da el nombre de "Arturo Cancela" y se designa una bibliotecaria rentada.

En 1970 la Asociación de Padres del Instituto inaugura el local donde funciona actualmente, con los 3.393 libros que poseía más 244 cedidos en préstamo por el Club "Jorge Newbery".

Al mismo tiempo, con donaciones particulares y de la Comisión Nacional de Bibliotecas Populares, se conforma la biblioteca pública "Lib. Gral. San Martín", que es sostenida por aportes municipales.

En 2013 cuenta con más de 11.000 libros, a los que se suman revistas, vídeos, DVDs, etc.; además cuenta con computadora y servicio de internet para uso de los alumnos.

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