Read. Read every chance you get. Read to keep growing. Read history. Read poetry. Read for pure enjoyment. Read a book called Life on a Little Known Planet. It’s about insects. It will make you feel better.
—David McCullough, American author and historian
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Important Library Info
- All classes have come to check out textbooks. Most Term 2 textbooks are due at the end of term 2 - December 20, 2014
- Students must have a current LCHS ID to checkout books from the library. Barcoded schedules are not allowed now that Lifetouch has photographed all students.
Ghosts in the library
Directions to cover your textbooks
Check out the following website for directions on how to cover your textbooks with a paper bag. We also have directions in the library for students. Click on the books below.
Newspapers in Education
Newspapers in Education. For the daily e-edition of the Sacramento Bee, click on the Bee logo below. Choose Laguna Creek High School from the pull-down menu and then enter the password: eliot.
LCHS School Library Catalog Search the school library catalog. (You must be on campus to access the library catalog.) Click on the logo below.
Sacramento Public Library Databases
Enter your public library card barcode and PIN to access these great research databases. Click on the logo below.
Organizes the Web with 37,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education. Click on the logo below.
Internet Public Library
The first public library of and for the Internet community. Recently merged with Librarians Index to the Internet (lii.org), this search engine will generate reliable websites and resources for research. Click on the logo below.
Infoplease is a comprehensive reference source that combines the contents of an encyclopedia, a dictionary, an atlas, and several almanacs loaded with statistics, facts, and historical records. A single search engine allows you to search all these sources at once. Click on the logo below.
A free homework information portal that features the very best K-12 homework-related sites together with engaging editorial in one high-utility, educational spot. Click on the logo below.