The Mission of the LSCD library media program is to ensure that students are effective users of ideas and information. 
To that end, it is our goal to ensure that all students have equitable access to timely nonfiction materials that support the  curriculum and are grade-appropriate, and to popular, grade-appropriate, fun reading materials for independent reading. 

Research shows that strong school libraries 
not only build literacy skills but 
foster a love of reading, 
which helps create lifelong learners. 

Click on our resources below to learn more about our program and partnerships throughout the district.


Librarians have Standards

You've heard of 
Common Core 
State Standards

Did you know Library teachers 
have standards to 
meet as well? 

Learn more about 
how Teacher-Librarians 
make a difference 
for our students. 

Read the Research

Teacher-Librarians improve test scores and teach real-life skills that help students do better research when searching for information. 

Whether it's for a school project, finding a job, or personal research, having a teacher-Librarian in your student's building makes a world of difference. 


There are a variety of e-books available for online access and downlaod. 
Clicking on this link will take you to the page where we have curated a variety of links that will help students from K-12 find curriculum-aligned reading materials online for free. 

Homework Help

We have lots of great online resources to help you get your homework done in record time. 

Home Access Requires a Password. 
You can find those passwords by clicking on the button below. 


You will be required to log in to your LCSD google account. 

District Media Specialist
Sudi Stodola

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Be Safe Online

Lincoln County Schools has adopted the 
Curriculum for teaching Digital Literacy to our students. 
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The focus of these lessons cover topics such as:
  • Cyberbullying – being an upstanding digital citizen;
  • Online communications – email, chat rooms, forums, games;
  • Social networks – Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google, Snapchat;
  • Online personal safety – keeping personal info private; and
  • Intellectual property – giving credit where credit is due.
Materials have been developed for four student grade bands, K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12, and are aligned with National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S) and Common Core Standards.

Check out our Book Reviews!

On the First Thursday of each month, our Review comittee, made up of teachers, librarians, and community members, meets to discuss recent reads. All books are donated to Lincoln County School Libraries to benefit our students. 
Click to learn more and come join us