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LMC info for Students/Parents during school closing

Q: Are students still able to check out books?
Yes! Students may use this
Book Checkout Form 
to check out books and magazines. Students who are attending face-to-face will receive their books from their homebase teachers, students who are remaining virtual can pick up their books from the main lobby during Wednesday pick up hours, or from 7a-3p M-F.
(Delivery is available if students are unable to come to school to pick up their books, just ask!)

Q: Where can students get technology support?

Students and Parents can get technology assistance
(e.g. password help) from the East LMC. Additionally, if families are in need of home internet access, there are Kajeet (MiFi) checkouts available.Please email the librarian, Ms. Ollmann, at
For support over the phone, please call 920-448-2090 and ask
to be directed to the library.
A device troubleshooting guide can be found here.

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terrific resource.

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April 4-10 is National Library Week!

You have the chance to win a Culver's gift card and
a copy of Amanda Gorman's, The Hill We Climb!
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the hill we climb book

Watch this short video to learn how to enter.

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(Ms. Ollmann's bookface photo!)

March is Women's History Month!

Click here for 35 books with a strong female lead
to celebrate Women's History Month
(all year long)

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February is
Black History Month

"Black lives matter. Black stories matter. Black voices matter. We are committed to using our platforms to lift up Black creators, now and always."
- The Riveted Team

Riveted by Simon Teen has compiled a list of books by Black authors that everyone should read. See the list 
here .

WinterRead2021 Challenge!

Challenge yourself to read more this year by becoming part of our WinterRead2021 Challenge! Log your reading time and write a book review in Beanstack. Beanstack is like a “Fitbit for Reading” where you can record what you are reading and also write book reviews. 

For every book review you write, your name is entered in the East High WinterRead2021 Reading Challenge. The winner receives a gift package including a copy of Angie Thomas' new book Concrete Rose.

Happy reading!

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Congratulations to the winners of our December "Read Grateful" Challenge - Rowan Clark, Olivia Waubanascum, and Sara Gomez! 
Winners received books, chocolate, and gift cards. 

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Find Beanstack on Launchpad or download the app for your phone.

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Students, mark your calendars:
Every Wednesday - 10 AM-5 PM 

On these days, plan on stopping at the East High Main entrance if you have materials to pick up or drop off or if you need Technology Help.

Also, stop at school if you have the following classes and teachers who have required or suggested textbook checkouts and material pickup.

Tri 2 Textbooks and Course Materials

Lastly, keep in mind next week:
If you are feeling ill or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19 in the past two weeks, please stay home.
Good luck on Tri 2! 🍀 📚💻

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Our Halloween Drawing Treat winner is:
 Jennifer Duarte Castillo

Jennifer won a goodie bag of candy and a Starbucks gift card! Congrats, Jennifer!

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Stay tuned for your next chance to be a Well-Read Winner!


Will you be 18 years old on or before election day? If so, you have the opportunity to make your voice heard on Tuesday, November 3.

Find all you need to know about voting HERE.

Red Devils Lead the Way!

A Red Devil's recipe was published in                                          
The Hunger Challenge Cookbook!

Nasteho was the first student at East to submit a recipe for the challenge, so it is extra special that hers was selected for the cookbook.

Learn more about The Hunger Challenge here.

Congrats, Nasteho!

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  Reading Buddies for East High School National Library Week

Amy and son   Amy's dog

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readingWelcome to the EHS LMC!
How can we help you?

  • Book checkouts
  • Password resets
  • Technology assistance
  • Homework help
  • General informational inquiries

With over 13,000 print and electronic sources in our collection, the East High Library Media Center staff is ready to assist your academic research, technology, and leisure reading needs. Discover a world of possibilities where you can choose your own adventure!

If a student is in need of home internet access, there are Kajeet (MiFi) checkouts available. 


 We're more than just great reading materials!

Valentine Activity

There's always something new happening in the library. 
Be part of the fun. . . check out a magazine, find a book, piece together a jigsaw puzzle, join Book Club , or create something at the Maker's Space. We have a suggestion box and are always looking for new ideas!


New Furniture!

The LMC has new furniture stop by and check it out.

New Furniture

Library Hours

Monday  7:15-3:15
Tuesday  7:15-3:45
Wednesday  7:15-3:45
Thursday  7:15-3:45
Friday  7:15-3:15

Occasionally the LMC may be closed, or have limited space due to scheduled classes or events. Listen to the daily announcements for updates.


LMC Contact Info:

Julie Ollmann
Library Media Specialist
Julie Ollmann

Lori Peterson
Library Media Secretary
Lori Peterson

Kim Dorchester
Media Service Coordinator
Kim Dorchester

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