Our Mission

Every student matters, every moment counts:  

Our library program promotes the lifelong reading and learning habits needed to live in an increasingly complex global world.

Library Staff

Library Staff

Elizabeth Courage, Librarian
Amida Siddick, Library Secretary
Becky Munsell, Library IA
Hours: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm - Wednesdays (Leap Days) 7:00 am - 1:00 pm

Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 7:30 am - 9:30 am 
Tuesday & Thursday: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Helpful Links

  • LWHS Library Catalog
    Look for a book or resource material.
  • KCLS
    Use your King County Library System e Card for accessing checking out eBboks or audio books and accessing database.
  • LWSD Research Databases & Passwords for Databases
    This is a direct link to Ms. Courage's Power School Database Page which will include the passwords and links for in school and at home access to each database our district subscribes to.
  • Citing Sources
    These online tools are great to aid your in citations, they are a great jumping place but need to be corrected for accuracy.
  • You must choose MLA8 when using these tools.
  • Don't forget to double check the citations made from using these tools.

Ms. Courage is happy to help you by looking over your Works Cited for accuracy. 

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Student Netbook Links

Laptop Insurance
  • LWSD Mobile Access for Students' page
    Useful information from the LWSD about the Mobile Access for Students laptop computers.
  • Laptop Handbook
    The Mobile Access for Students program allows each student in grades 6-12 to receive a laptop or netbook computer for their educational use both at home and at school. The use of this tool is designed to enrich the learning environment and to assist teachers as they support students in acquiring the skills, knowledge and attributes in the district’s student profile. The privilege of accessing the school network and computer resources is also an opportunity to learn the responsibility of informed, ethical and responsible computer use. This handbook outlines many of these responsibilities. It provides information and resources for families about these expectations.
  • Manual de la computadora portatil
    El programa que proporciona acceso móvil para el estudiantes permite que cada estudiante en los grados 6-12 reciban una computadora portátil o computadora netbook para su uso educativo, tanto en casa como en la escuela. El uso de esta tecnología está diseñado para enriquecer el ambiente de aprendizaje y ayudar a los maestros a medida que apoyan a los estudiantes en la adquisición de las competencias, conocimientos y atributos en el perfil del estudiante del distrito. El privilegio de acceder a la red de la escuela y a los recursos del equipo también es una oportunidad para aprender la responsabilidad del uso informado, ético y responsable de la computadora. Este manual describe muchas de estas responsabilidades. Proporciona información y recursos para las familias sobre estas expectativas.

Summer Reading:

Girls Who Code Club

Girls Who Code, meets every Monday from 2:50 pm to 3:30 pm in the library. 

Any interested student wanting to be in a female dominated environment to learn valuable programming skills are welcome! 

The Pouch

The Pouch is the school newspaper that meets after school in the library on Tuesdays from 2:50 pm to 3:25 pm.

Students in The Pouch have the choice of writing, editing, taking photos, and sketching.

We are always excited to hear new ideas! Our number one goal is to have fun, we are passionate in what we do. We hope to see you there!

LW Book Club

The LW book club, meets every Thursday from 2:50 pm to 3:25 pm in the library.

Come join us! Talk about books, talk about authors, talk about the weather or whatever is on your mind AND, the best part? We have snacks! Everyone who is passionate about reading is welcome to join. We're the LW Book Club and we're really hoppin'! So, hop on in and grab a book and some snacks!