Dec 01

Hour of Code

The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages. No experience needed. Ages 4 to 104. Lakeland HS is participating and would like to invite you to give it a try!

Google Form linking to Hour of Code

Nov 27

Upcoming December LHS Library Initiatives

Nov 20

LHS Library Food For Fines

During the month of November, all library fines are going towards the purchase of canned food for local food banks.

Nov 17

Famous LHS Library Reader: Jody Graves

The LHS Media Center will be showcasing our most enthusiastic readers on a rotating basis.  Come by and read all about Jody’s favorite authors, series, career goals and hobbies.

Nov 03

No Shave November in the Library

In support of “No Shave November,” which raises awareness of prostate cancer, books decorated in beards and mustaches will be on display. Beard and mustache props will also be available for selfies.

Oct 31

International Games Week

The LHS library celebrated International Games Week October 29-November 4th.

Oct 17

Creep Cavalier Crawl 2017

crawl2Stop by the LHS library to tour a collection of creepy photos that will haunt your memory for weeks. Imagine what the first attempts at plastic surgery looked like!?!  Can you tell if the Civil War ghosts are real? How are there snakes living inside that man’s head!?! Do you dare to take the tour?

Oct 16

Suffolk Public Library Fall 2017 Events








Oct 02

LHS Houston Book Drive Hat Day

Hat DayThe Lakeland Library Media Specialists partnered with the Barbara Bush Literacy Foundation to raise money to replace Houston public and school library books destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.

Apr 17

Nacho Mama’s Poetry: Pictures

nachoTo celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day, and National Poetry Month, the LHS library held a poetry slam during lunches on Tuesday, April 25th.  Students who took part won a pass to a nacho party, which took place in the library on Thursday, April 27th.