Mrs. Jenifer Brea
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Gators Love to Read!

Welcome to the LCES Library page! 

We are finally back together! The books and I have missed you so much! 

If you need to return a book you can drop it by the library anytime during school hours.

In-person students can place holds for books anytime from our online catalog Destiny.  This will help ensure students are able to borrow books from the school library.  Social distancing and covid guidelines are making it hard for everyone in a class to check out during their library time each week. 


Please email or message me through Schoology with any concerns or needs. 

Library Activity Schedule

8:00-8:30 Delivery of books placed on HOLD
8:40-9:10 Pre-K
9:15-10:00 Kindergarten
10:05-10:50 Second Grade
10:55-11:40 First Grade
11:40-12:25 Fourth Grade
1:05-1:50 Third Grade
2:15-3:00 Fifth Grade


Monday: Wade, Logan, Jeffreys, Cunningham, Thompson

Tuesday: Price, Smith, Herrmann, Beck, Malone

Wednesday: Edwards, Vargo, Fracc, Bruce, Potts 

Thursday: Henry, Bryant, Kramer, Brister, Connell, Motes-Davis

Friday: Landis, Huling, Thweatt, Reese, Morgan, Faggard, Page, Johnson


Destiny Library Catalog

Students may have chosen not to check out books over spring break.  Many are avid readers and will bring home their books.  To check which books your student has checked out have them log in to Destiny. There are several Ebooks available on Destiny and links to other Ebook services on the home page.



Students have access to a free Epic! account through their teachers and school library.  Since this is free through the teachers it is only available during normal school hours (approximately 7-4) BUT is available at home during those hours.  Epic class codes are available on the Schoology Library Course.  If you would like your student to have access to the thousands of books and videos available on Epic! year-round contact your teacher or librarian.


Magnolia Awards 2020

Students voted for their favorite children's book in January and we are eagerly awaiting the results. The list of nominees can be found here. The announcement was made and the winners are:

PreK-2 What Do They Do With All That Poo by Jane Kurtz, Illustrated by Allison Black

        Runner- Up: A Place for Pluto by Stef Wade, Illustrated by Melanie Demmer

3-5 Real Friends: A True Story about Cool Kids and Crybabies by Shannon Hale, Illustrated by LeUyen Pham

       Runner-Up: Wonderland by Barbara O'Conner

Our Public Libraries

Our public libraries love helping us find books we love.  Access to library hours, contact information, your public library account and catalog, and online resources can be found here.  Even though they are currently closed, your public librarians would love for you to check out their digital services.

Educational Links

E-Reading Links

Overdrive through First Regional Library

 Audible  Free streaming of audiobooks during school closures

Scholastic Learn at Home Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing

Storytime with Ryan and Craig Tons of popular and interesting books 

Project Gutenberg  free pdf of classic documents and books

Ranger Rick  Ranger Rick has opened all digital issues, games, videos, etc on the website until June 2020

Lightbox  Follett is offering free access to lightbox-  interactive ebooks (So much fun!)

          Leave the location as ANY     School: Follett eLearning, McHenry, IL    

                Login: Guest     Password: follett


    Author and Illustrator Read-a-longs and How-tos

    KidLitTV shows, radio, crafts, books

    Read Wonder and Learn with Kate Messner and friends

    Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems

    Grace Lin reads from her books

    Jarrett Lerner drawing activities

    Santat Online Survival School for the Pandemic  Dan Santat's fun way to stay informed and growing


    Reference, Research, and other fun ways to Explore

    World Book Online

    Magnolia Database all MS residents have free access to this amazing database of resources. Email Mrs. Jenifer for log in infomation

    Smithsonian Education idea labs and other fun ways to explore Smithsonian Museums

    Library of Congress online exhibitions and primary sources including videos

    Metropolitan Museum of Art incredible art timeline, lesson plans, and podcasts for families

    United States Holocaust Museum interactive site that contains video and audio clips and primary documents on the Holocaust

    Teaching Resources

    PBIS Learning

    Learning at Home Resources from the Mississippi Department of Education