We love reading at LME!

Welcome to our webpage!  If you need usernames and passwords for our online resources such as PebbleGo, BookFlix, or Tumblebooks, please email our librarian, David Jurecka at david_jurecka@roundrockisd.org.

Lessons & News
updated 4/24/18
Lions love reading!

For the week of April 23rd-27th:
Grades K-2 will enjoy My Awesome Summer by P. Mantis, written and illustrated by Paul Meisel.


Grades 3-5 will learn about how the internet works and how to perform effective searches for information.

Thank you for supporting the spring Book Fair at LME!  We sold $15,526.82 worth of books!  That will earn us $5,420.26 worth of books and cash for even more books and other resources.  Reading rocks at LME!

Are you ready for some March Book Madness (in April)?

Grades K-5 had a great time learning about how code is all around us every day.  We also got to try our hand at coding through these apps and sites:





Have more questions?  Need a username/password?
Email the librarian at david_jurecka@roundrockisd.org

Parents Corner
Did you know that your child has access to e-books and audiobooks for iPads, Android, PC, and Mac?  Log in at www.mackinvia.com.


Enter the school name and then your child's username and password (s and their 6 digit number, for example: s123456).  

Please contact me if you need help logging in at david_jurecka@roundrockisd.org.

Parents, you can also find out what your child has checked out at any time!

1. At the top of this page, click E-Library

2. Select My Stuff, then Show My Record

3. Type in your child’s 6 digit ID # in the Username & the Password boxes. 

(same # twice): username:000000 password:000000

4. Select Show My Checkouts, Bills, and Holds to see what your child has checked out at any time.

Message from the Principal:

Reading is POWER! Reading ignites the imagination and teaches us about our world. 

Help your child continue to discover their passions by encouraging their reading interests. Uncover what types of books they enjoy, what topics are important to them. Then provide time for reading and encouragement. 

Read together or side by side. Make reading a part of your family culture. This is the path to creating a voracious reader.

We look forward to seeing all the smiling faces this year!

Jan Richards