Hauppauge High School

LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER

Welcome to the Hauppauge High School

Library Media Center

Mission Statement

The mission of the Hauppauge K-12 Library Department is to help students become 21st Century learners who can successfully locate, access, evaluate, and use information. Aligned with New York State Common Core Standards, we strive to create intellectually curious students who love literature and who pursue knowledge as independent lifelong learners.

What's New?

A frontier can be geographical. It can be thought as the edge of a settlement, or uncharted territory. Examples: 19th Century American West (cowboys, outlaws, sheriffs, Native Americans, pioneers and farmers)

A frontier can be an idea! It can be thought of as an undeveloped field of study. This can be researching individuals who thought of new ways of helping human life politically, socially, and economically. They challenge conventional thinking. Example: Marie Curie's research on radioactivity, steam engine as a frontier in technology, Space race, etc)

Are you looking for something new and exciting to read? Check out books now trending! Click on a book and get a brief summary. All books are available in person or in e-book through SORA!

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Fall 2020 Book Display

Upcoming Events

Contact Information

Library Hours

7:30 am - 3:00 pm daily

Contact Information

Circulation Desk

631-761-8392

Library Media Specialist

Mrs. Shapiro

Email Mrs. Shapiro

Library Aides

Ms. Dehler

Ms. Ress