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Leeds High School Library. Orientation. Services & Resources. Check out a book for pleasure reading Books & Encyclopedias for research C omputers with Wi-Fi access Magazines College reference section A quiet place to study or read School supply store Printing – black & white or color

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services resources
Services & Resources
  • Check out a book for pleasure reading
  • Books & Encyclopedias for research
  • Computers with Wi-Fi access
  • Magazines
  • College reference section
  • A quiet place to study or read
  • School supply store
  • Printing – black & white or color
  • Help from the Librarian with research & presentation or just locating a book
students enter from the main lobby
Students enter from the main lobby

Visit anytime, with a pass

from your teacher.

sign in at the circulation desk
Sign in at the circulation desk.

Give your pass to Mrs. Gibson.

Sign out when you leave.

rules regulations
Rules & Regulations
  • No food or drink
  • Teacher pass required
  • Enter only through front entrance(Unless side doors are propped open.)
  • Exitfrom front entrance or the two side doors.
  • Students may not use back double doors.
  • Leave the facility as you found it…Pick up your trashReturn chairs to their original locations Push chairs in at tables.
Do not distract

other students.

Speak quietly.

  • Check with Mrs. Gibson for computer availability.
  • Record the number of your computer on the sign-in sheet.

Read and follow the Computer Usage Rules

library computers
Library Computers

Computer Use Policy

  • Available to all students unless reserved for a class
  • Students must sign in and record the number of the computer.
  • For school-related work only.
  • Do not save work on the library computer. Save through email, drop box, or other means.
  • Do not change settings on the computer.
  • Before printing, see Mrs. Gibson. Charges must be paid before printing.
  • See Mrs. Gibson before printing.
  • The print button should only be pressed one time.
  • Charges: 10¢ per page for black and white 50¢ per page for color
  • Charges will be assessed for all pages printed regardless of whether you accidentally print.
  • Charges must be paid at the time of printing,so verify that you have the required amount before printing.
locating a title
Locating a Title

How do I find a specific book?

Use the Call Number

Where can I find the call number?

On the Spine of the book.


what is the difference in fiction and nonfiction
What is the difference in fiction and nonfiction?



Writing that is about real events and facts rather than stories that have been invented.

Types of writing that are in the nonfiction genre include history, science, and biography.

  • Literature created from the imagination, not presented as fact, though it may be based on a true story or situation.
  • Types of literature in the fiction genre include the novel, short story, and novella.

Encyclopedia Britannica Online

Cambridge Dictionaries Online

looking for fiction
Looking for Fiction?

ABC order according to the last name of the author







how do i locate a nonfiction title
How do I locate a nonfiction title?

The Dewey Decimal System:

nonfiction section

These books may be checked out.

Looking for Nonfiction?
  • Search…
  • First by Number
  • Then ABC Order by Author








Shelved according to the Dewey Decimal System.

Not for check-out.


Call Number prefix may be 920 or B

All of our biographies are shelved in the same section.

920 prefix is used for compilations.

Shelved by last name of the person who is the subject ofthe work.

Example: Margaret Truman

Call #: B



Enjoy reading selections in the Library

Over-night check-out . Due back at 7:30 a.m. next morning.

Don’t see the title on the shelf?

Check the displays

These titles are always available for check-out!

Do we have the title in the library?

Search the LHS Library

Online Public Access Catalog

Do We Have the Title in the Library?

Go to the Leeds High School main website

and click on the OPAC link


Click on the link for the LibraryWeb Page!

We look forward to seeing you in the library!Ask Mrs. Gibson or any of the library aides if you need help!