LHS LIBRARY

LIBERTY MINUTEMEN SUCCEED BECAUSE THEY READ!


Mrs. Schatz recently purchased 67 new eBooks and audiobooks for the LHS library. Check one out today!

The Liberty High School library is challenging all students and staff to read 15 minutes a day for the rest of 2020. Find out more here.

The Bedford County Public Library has online resources as well. You can apply for a card online at:

https://collection.bplsonline.org:8486/onlineBorrowerRegistration.html


The Bedford Public Library System has the goal of getting all Bedford County students and homeschool residents a public library card this year. Signing up is easy, if the student is 12 or older, visit https://www.bplsonline.org/mshslinks/ and click on "student card sign up" block. We will process the request and mail a card to the student's home address. For those under 12 we will need a parent/guardian account to link the student account to, that sign up is located here - https://www.bplsonline.org/elemstu/ .

To check out a book you will need to peruse your library's catalog here: 7th & 8th graders OR 9th - 12th graders.

Then fill out this form: LHS/LMS Book Check Out

Use your lunch number and last name to log in. You will be able to read ebooks and listen to audiobooks. See the How To's Page for more detailed instructions!!

Library Hours during School Year: Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 4 pm, Friday: 8:00am - 4pm

Library Mission Statement: The mission of the library is to ensure students become lifelong learners which will foster literacy, inspire intellectual curiosity, and stimulate the imagination; to ensure students are effective and ethical users of information; to help students achieve success in school; and to provide reading materials to meet the diverse needs of the students to encourage lifelong reading.

Librarian: Sydney Schatz

sschatz@bedford.k12.va.us

540-586-2541 ext 712



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