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Library Policies

There is a world of information available through the library, and the library staff are always ready  to help you find what you need!

Passes:  Students are welcome to visit the library any time.  Before school, after school, and during lunch are times when students may come on their own.  When coming to the library from a class, however, students must have a pass issued by the teacher.  We always ask that students sign in at the door no matter what time of day they visit.

Check-out:  Books & magazines are checked out at the circulation desk for a two-week period.  As long as there is no one waiting for a particular book, students may renew thier items by either bringing them to the circulation desk. Reference materials may be checked out for a 2-day period. Up to 4 items may be checked out at any time.  Students with overdue materials may be denied the privilege of checking out more items until the overdue items are returned.

Returns:  Books may be returned to the book drop outside the library or in the drop at the circulation desk.

Computer Use:  Library computers are for school related assignments only.  Availabilty is affected by classes that are scheduled to use the library.  Scheduled classes always have priority. 

Lost Books:  Patrons who lose library materials are required to pay the cost of the item(s). If lost items are found and in reasonalbe condition before the end of the school year, a refund will be issued.

Printing:  There is no charge for students to use the printers in the library to print school-related work. 

LHS Library Information

Library Hours

Monday - Thursday 7:45-4:15

Friday 8:00-4:00

Library Staff

Librarian, Sabrina Hyden
(512) 570-1000

Library Assistant, Amy Koski

3301 S. Bagdad Rd.
Leander, TX  78641



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Leander ISD is launching the Summer Reading for All Book Drive to help keep all students reading during the summer. The goal of the SR4A Program is to provide every middle and high school student with a book to read during the summer. The book drive will help give books to students who might not otherwise have access to quality reading material. 

This book drive is specifically targeting books for students in grades 6th through 12th, although books for all levels will be accepted and all genres are needed (chapter books, picture books, non-fiction and fiction). 

Here is how you can contribute to the Summer Reading for All Book Drive:
  • Staff, parents, volunteers and community members may donate new or gently-used books at any LISD middle or high school library from February 3 - April 15.
  • Our friends at Barnes & Noble Homestead (14010 US Hwy. 183 in Austin) are offering to donate a portion of their sales from March 17 - April 4 to support LISD’s Summer Reading for All Program. Make sure you mention the “LISD Summer Reading for All Program” when you make a purchase at that store, or add Bookfair ID #11312568 to your online purchases.
  • You can also follow #SR4A on Twitter and help spread the word!
Support the Summer Reading for All Program and help close the achievement gap, eliminate the “summer slide” and foster life-long readers!