Biweekly Biography

The Biweekly Biography series highlights successful people from different walks of life. We are now featuring professor of animal science, autism spokesperson, and animal welfare advocate Temple Grandin. Check out her video slideshow biography here:


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We library folks love buying books that students want to read. So, if you have read many–or any–great books lately, we want to know.

Please share your reading suggestions in person, through our virtual suggestion box, or by using our real-life suggestion box (in the New Young Adult Books area of the library). You may see your suggestion appear on our library shelves!


The Massachusetts School Library Association has awarded the Web Seal of Excellence to the LS Library website, created by our librarians Susan King and Paula Myers. According to the MSLA, this award “recognizes excellence in a school library’s use of web tools” and is based on criteria such as purpose and program, evidence of outreach and collaboration, design, navigation, and links. Way to go, LS!


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NO, I have not signed up for an LS NoodleTools account.

Even if you used NoodleTools in middle school, you must create a new LS NoodleTools account. Click here to sign up for Noodletools. If you need help, here are some instructions. For additional assistance, please see a library staff member.

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If you already have an LS NoodleTools account, then login here. Or, login to your your LS Google account, then click the waffle menu in the upper right corner to access NoodleTools. If you need help, here are some instructions (see page 2). For additional assistance, please see a library staff member.

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