LBHS Media Center

Media Center

  • Hours of Operation: 

    Monday 6:50 am - 2:20 pm
    Tuesday 6:50 am - 2:20 pm
    Wednesday 6:50 am - 1:20 pm
    Thursday 6:50 am - 2:20 pm
    Friday 6:50 am - 2:20 pm

    ~ Students must sign in with their ID number to visit the Media Center.

    ~ During class time, students must have a pass from their classroom teacher to visit the Media Center.

Check out these books celebrating Black History Month!

  • Brown Girl Dreaming Image

    Brown Girl Dreaming


    Reducing issues and problems to generalities is often necessary, but it’s important to remember everyone’s story is unique and individual. Woodson tells the story of her childhood, first in Ohio, then in South Carolina, and finally in Brooklyn in the 1960s, in verse. Readers quickly fall into the comforting lilt of beautiful language as Woodson recalls her life in the segregated South, then describes her new home in Brooklyn with a mixture of sadness and affection. Through struggle and pain, life goes on, and no one should be defined solely by their struggles, a lesson Woodson’s brilliant words bring home powerfully.

  • Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina Image

    Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina


    Throughout the art form’s history, principal ballet dancers have primarily been white. Enter Misty Copeland, the first African American principal ballerina at the American Ballet Theater and now an icon in the world of dance. From her tumultuous childhood as part of a mixed-race family through her training as an elite dancer and her eventual emancipation from her mother, Copeland emerges as a singularly driven, talented woman, who is aware of the significance of her achievement, while wearing it lightly.

  • Join millions around the globe as we celebrate the power of reading aloud with the thirteenth annual World Read Aloud Day on Wednesday, February 2, 2022! Register now for updates on all the exciting events planned for the day, and check out the Activity Hub below for free resources to help you celebrate reading aloud all year long,

    World Read Aloud Day — LitWorld®

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  • Shelia Tate

    Media Staff:
    Shelia Tate, M.Ed. - Media Specialist/Librarian

    Welcome to the Liberty High School Media Center! My hope is that as you enter the Media Center, you will experience an inviting atmosphere with a variety of books to pique your interests, spaces to sit and recharge, and areas to explore with Legos, puzzles and games. My favorite thing to do is read for pleasure. I enjoy mysteries and adventure books. My favorite author is Michael Connely. I also enjoy historical novels set in Victorian England.