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Ms. Casey, Library Assistant
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Ms. Kelley, Library Assistant
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When can I go to the Library?
You can come to the library:
- Before and after school
- From Study Hall needed
- From class (with your teacher's permission, of course and )
- From Lunch
- I Block (sign up in advance)
- You must sign in at the desk when you come in any time during the school day (not before or after school)
Click on the picture below to access the Banned Books Week site
Book Banning in the News
Click on the items below for articles and videos.
Recently Banned Elsewhere - Available in Your Library Now
Take at look at our online magazine collection
Need more info? Try these databases!
SIRS Researcher This link opens in a new window Provides insight into social issues by delivering the pros and cons from selected documents and graphics curated from over 2,000 global sources.
Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints This link opens in a new window Find overviews, news, and opinions on hundreds of today's important social issues.
Issues: Understanding Controversy & Society (ABC-CLIO) This link opens in a new window Provides context, diverse perspectives, and selected primary and secondary sources for understanding the issues that currently affect global society.
New York Times This link opens in a new window Search the full text of The New York Times starting in 1985.
eBooks, eBooks, & More eBooks
3 Ways Access eBooks & Audiobooks
The LHS Library owns hundreds of eBooks & audiobooks. You can recognize them in the catalog by these symbols next to the call number: &
A collection of YA titles as well as adult best sellers provided to us in partnership with the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Set up your own account by selecting LHS as your school & adding your regular school username & password.
NEW! With your Cary Library or BPL card, you many now borrow eBooks from 8 networks across the state giving you access to approximately 350,000 eBooks! You must have a library card to do this. Sign up for a library card today!
Thanks to a collaboration among Cary Library, Lexington Historical Society, and LHS Library, LHS yearbooks back to the 1920's are available 24/7.
Lexington High School Library Media Center