LIBRARY HOURS-6:45am-3:15pm
    636-462-5148 (ext. 22700)
    Mrs. Amy Venneman-Library Media Specialist
    vennemaa@troy.k12.mo.us (ext. 22705)
    Delaney Birt-Library Assistant
    (ext. 22701)
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    HAVE YOU HEARD? You can now access thousands of ebooks and audiobooks through SORA! Just download the SORA app on your iPad. Setup code is MOREnetmo. Then search for Lincoln County District R-III. Sign in using your NDS# and lunch pin.
    Go to www.soraapp.com/library/morenetmo and search for Lincoln County District R-III. Sign in using your NDS# and lunch pin. If you need help, call or stop by the library. 
    Are you learning virtually this year but still want to check out books from our library? Are you having a hard time stopping by between classes? Request books HERE. We will call or email when your books are ready to be picked up!
     Book Request
    Have you seen a book that looks fantastic? REQUEST A BOOK WE DON'T CURRENTLY HAVE HERE.
    Want to learn how to use the 3D Printer? We will show you how! Request a time during Academic Lab HERE.
    Gateway Readers
    If a student reads at least 3 of the 15 books by March 1st, he/she can vote for the state winner. Keep track of your reading in the library. Take a look at this year's selections in the tab on the library page. 
    Gateway Reader/Selectors
    Love to read?  Want to help select the Gateway Award Books for the following year?  Students must be able to read and rank 25 books between the beginning of the school year and December 1.  This vote, along with students and librarians across Missouri, will determine the next year's Gateway Award Books.  TBHS has been involved since the pilot program for the Gateway Award Books began in the  2000-2001 school year. Contact Mrs. Venneman if this sounds like something you would like to do!
    Project Lit Community
    We have joined a national, grassroots literacy movement committed to increasing access to culturally sustaining books and promoting a love of reading in our schools and communities. This movement empowers students as readers, writers, and leaders! Call or visit the Library Media Center for more information. 
     Why Are These Books In My Library? A message for parents from the American Library Association