The LBJ/LASA High School Library
Situated in the center of the academic wing, the library is one of the most dynamic places on campus. Its multi-purpose function lends itself to hosting book clubs, art shows, banquets, meetings, guest speakers and annual exams. However, the primary purpose is to assist faculty and students and support their academic growth and success.
While in the library, students have access to computers, free printing, and a wide variety of school supplies and art materials for projects. They can also check out print books from our large collection. The collection is available for searching at https://catalog.austinisd.org/client/en_US/default
Students also have access to a vast array of virtual resources through the MackinVIA app, including ebooks, audiobooks and 44 databases. MackinVIA can be accessed through the student portal on a Chromebook or by downloading the app to phones or other devices through the App Store. Students use their portal id and password.
During virtual learning you may contact the librarian at email@example.com to schedule an Office Hour visit or for questions, ideas, or help with classes and research. You may also call her at (512) 910-5026 between 8am-5pm for immediate needs. Announcements about book club meetings and other library news will be posted on the LBJ/LASA Library Blend page as well as Instagram/Twitter by following @LBJ_LASAlibrary. Parents are encouraged to sign up to receive Blend announcements. Curbside has started, check out the flyer below! Request books here and find out what books we own by watching this video.
ProjectLIT Community Book Club
I'm excited to announce that LBJ & LASA have been chosen to host a ProjectLIT Community Chapter on campus! This will be a book club that will meet at least once a month (I hope once a week or twice a month) to discuss a diverse selection of current literature written by some of today's most influential BIPOC writers.
Please look through the slide show below to learn more about the book club and to see information about the YA books on the reading list. Learn how students are integral to the running of the club, planning the meetings, deciding which titles to read, and selecting community service projects to participate in. Community is also an important aspect...stay tuned for invites to our meetings!
Email me to let me know you're interested and would like to get on the mailing list. Stay tuned for announcements about first meetings here and in Blend.