Look for the monthly library reports under ‘Teachers’ and ‘Library Updates.’
Virtual Read-Out Celebrating the Freedom to Read: Sept. 27- Oct. 3, 2015 Lake Forest High School please participate in the Banned Books Virtual Read-Out! Since the inception of Banned Books Week in 1982, libraries and bookstores throughout the country have staged local read-outs—a continuous reading of banned/challenged books—as part of their activities. Now in it’s […]
New books have arrived & will be available for check-out shortly! Visit the library catalog & see what you want to read next.
Questions about the Smarter Assessment? Family resources are located here: http://de.portal.airast.org/resources/dcas-alt1/
Young Entrepreneurs Story (YES) Project Be part of the Young Entrepreneurs Story (YES) Project and share your successes, challenges, and advice with other young leaders and entrepreneurs. Do you have a story to tell? We want to hear it! From internships to crowdfunding to launching a business, teens are becoming young professionals today and getting […]
Use what talent you possess: the woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang best.- Henry David Thoreau
National Poetry Month 2015 dear poet “For National Poetry Month 2015, we present Dear Poet, a multimedia education project that invites young people in grades five through twelve to write letters in response to poems written and read by some of the award-winning poets who serve on the Academy of American Poets Board of Chancellors. Students—to […]
Sharing our interests, thoughts, likes, dislikes brings us closer. A FABULOUS student shared this with me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgORGvC1dTg PLEASE stop in the library and SHARE! Knowledge = Power
The Newseum in Washington DC offers an online database of Today’s front pages. Select from a list or by clicking on a map.