LHS Library Media Center Update
Our doors are now open!!
Have a free period? Have some work to do? Come visit the Library! Open periods 1-4 and 6 & 7!
Week of May 24 - May 28, 2021
Quote of the Week
Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Memorial Day 2021 will occur on Monday, May 31.
Take a virtual field trip to the National World War I Museum and Memorial in this exclusive video from Studies Weekly.
Graduation is the start of a new chapter in life — here are some titles to gift graduates, from inspirational memoirs to laugh-out-loud essay collections to thought-provoking fiction.
Agent of Change
Greta Thunberg is the Swedish teenager who skipped school and inspired an international movement to fight climate change.
The Learning Network Teach and Learn With The Times: Resources for Bringing the World Into Your Classroom
Give students the thinking, reading, writing, and speaking skills they’ll need to succeed in the workplace. IBM’s Career Readiness Toolkit For Teachers includes lesson plans, activities, and resources that can be built into your curriculum.
The best podcasts for students to listen to and learn from and divided by grade level.
Summer is a great time to catch up on reading! Here are engaging and exciting reads of every kind—fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels, romance, fantasy, adventure, and so much more.
Looking for your next great read? Scroll through the listings for adult, young adult, middle school & children's picture books
Looking for your next great read? Check out Epic Reads. Includes Young Adult books from A to Z. Including videos, new releases, interviews, top lists and much more!
Take a peek at what is going on at the Library! Find a book for curb side pick up! Take a trip to a museum with free passes! Database access also available.Use your library card to borrow books using Sora or get free homework help from Tutor.com
Something For Everyone
More than ever, typing is an essential part of learning. Developing this skill doesn’t have to be boring, though! We are Teachers put together this helpful list of some of the best options for elementary, middle, and high school kids!
Fun to play and educational! Great for those students that are early finishers. Play on the computer or your device - If you're feeling a little more adventurous, why not create your very own with the simple to use Word Search Maker.