Welcome to Your LMMHS Library!
Our library is one of the school’s busiest spots. Here you’ll find students and staff working side by side– studying, creating, collaborating, or simply recharging. It’s also the school’s most welcoming space with comfy bean bags, the best desk chairs in the entire building, a beautiful outdoor reading park, and an impressive skylight that brings in natural light. Modern and up-to-date in every way, we boast 25 sleek desktop computers, a sturdy printer, access to hundreds of databases, and a helpful, knowledgeable staff to assist with tech concerns and assignments.
Consider the library your go-to spot. Browse our shiny new hardcovers, check out our graphic novels, play a game of chess with friends, or try one of our coloring books and unwind after a tough exam.
This is your library. We’ve got you covered.
Many thanks to Ruth Freifeld and our 6th grade models for this beautiful new poster noting the library’s hours! Ruth is in Ms. Romeo-Léger’s Graphic Design class where she brilliantly designed our new poster. Thanks, Ruth!
We have gorgeous bookmarks to color, new coloring books, and brand new beautiful markers in the library! On your next visit, factor in some time to unwind and create something gorgeous! Many thanks to Sammie Peebles for her fabulous photograph!
Swing down to the library to help piece this ocean scene together.
The library is pleased to welcome Ms. Melissa Pehlert as our new library assistant! Prior to working at LMMHS, Ms. Pehlert worked at Morris Elementary for the past 11 years, most recently as a paraprofessional in the kindergarten classroom. A native of Berkshire County and a Lenox resident for 20 …
Laptop losing power? Need to recharge? Fear not! The library’s got you covered. We now have 3 Mac chargers for you to borrow. No need to stress over low power any longer.
This year we have added more board games to our collection; students have enjoyed taking a break from class to strategize and relax. (Would you like a game we don’t own? Make your case to Ms. Kennedy!)
It has been a bizarre winter in New England, to say the least, and we wanted to do something to shake things up and get us out of the winter doldrums. To that end, we hosted a Blind Date with a Book event: we wrapped some new books that were …