"Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions." - Oliver Wendell Holmes
Welcome to the LJHS Library Resource Center
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Google Calendar to show library space availability
Click on the calendar icon to see availability of the library, computer lab, and mini laptop carts. If you want to sign up for available space, you can e-mail me or come down and sign up on the paper version like before.
The LRC has extended hours before and after school for your convenience. Most days we're open from 7:25-3:30 p.m. Check the "weekly time schedule" posted on the LRC doors for any exceptions. You can work on homework assignments, use the LRC computer lab, relax with a book, or talk with your friends.
In the morning, sign-in at the desk in the commons near the gym and then bring your student ID card to the staff member on duty in the LRC. Take advantage of this opportunity! Students can't have any overdue LRC material if they want to use the LRC or LRC Computer Lab before school.
LRC Book Policies and Procedures
Students may check out up to three books and one magazine at a time. Books are checked out for three weeks while magazines are checked out for one week period. Current monthly issues of magazines are available for students to read in the LRC but may not be checked out. We currently retain back issues for monthly magazines for two years and weekly magazines for six months.
New materials may not be checked out if a student has any overdue materials.
Overdue notices will be distributed during homeroom. If a book is lost or damaged beyond repair, the student will be asked to pay for the book. At the end of each quarter overdue materials are mailed out with report cards.
Students may renew books as well as place a title on hold. When the title has been returned to the LRC the staff will notify the student that it is available for check out.
Meet the LRC and Technology Staff
Gretchen Broadus begins her first year as the LRC Director. Last year she was the LRC assistant. Mrs. Broadus previously taught for six years at Pleasant Plains High School in Springfield, Illinois, where her busy schedule included World History, Psychology, Sociology, and AP Psychology. She also was varsity cheerleading coach and girls track coach. Ms. Broadus workded closely with the freshmen mentor program and was sponsor for the Scholastic Bowl team.
Trent Schalk is the new aide in the LRC. He is not new to the building though. Mr. Schalk worked in our building as a substitute teacher last year.
Lorie Ferguson is in her fourteenth year as District Technology Coordinator. Ms. Ferguson is the district's technology wizard. She is a former president of "ICE", Illinois Computing Educators, and also teaches computer classes at Lewis University. She also teaches computer skills at both Tate Woods and Schiesher. Ms. Ferguson loves walking her puppy, Bandit, and traveling the country touring historic lighthouses.
Andrew Sergeant was born in Chicago but raised in Kankakee, IL. He graduated from Columbia College in Chicago with a bachelor's degree in Digital Media Technology which as he claims is a fancy name for internet stuff. He was substitute teacher for two years and is an avid video game player. A great addition to the LJHS technology department, Mr. Sergeant begins his eighth year at LJHS as technology aide.
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