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You can still sign books out of the LHS Library!
Here is how:
- You may borrow books by request only
- Use the LHS catalog to locate books
- Fill out this form to request specific books or books by topic
- We will email when the book is ready for pickup
- Books circulate by cohort. Borrow & return the week you are in school
- ALL BOOKS ARE DUE BACK ON FRIDAY regardless of what day you take them out
- Not in school Fridays? Books still MUST be returned
- It's all about sharing; we need to be fair to both cohorts
- RLA students - follow same instructions; we will arrange pickup
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April is National Poetry Month
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Thanks to a collaboration among Cary Library, Lexington Historical Society, and LHS Library, LHS yearbooks back to the 1920's are available 24/7.
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