Library & Media Center

To support and enhance the Longmeadow High School Mission and School Wide Expectations, the LHS Library offers new and up-to-date print and digital resources to maximize student learning in the 21st Century. We have content rich databases and print reference books that support the curriculum and can be accessed from home and school. We now include e-books, along with print books that allow students the flexibility to read anywhere, anytime. Students and staff can read on a Kindle, use an IPAD or have access to twenty six computers, a reference lab that includes 25 computers and an interactive whiteboard, and a VHS and DVD player. A copy machine is available for student use and wireless access is available in the library.

In order to provide our students with digital access, our new website will be the hub for reference and curriculum resources and allow the students and staff to be connected from home and school. Web-based resources, subscription databases, and eBooks will be accessible to support the curriculum. Our online card catalog can be accessed by using the link to the right. 


Quizlet is a flash cards and study games website with over 12 million free sets of flashcards covering every possible subject.

Turnitin improves the student writing cycle by preventing plagiarism and providing rich feedback to students. It ensures original work by checking submitted papers against 20+ billion web pages, 220+ million student papers and leading library databases and publications.

WebAssign is the leading provider of powerful online instructional tools for faculty and students. In brief, instructors create assignments online within WebAssign and electronically transmit them to their class.

Easybib Citation Guide shows students where they can find the different pieces of information they need for their bibliography, not simply what they need.

MLA Handbook for Writers (Modern Language Association) style for documentation is widely used in the humanities, especially in writing on language and literature. All fields of research agree on the need to document scholarly borrowings, but documentation conventions vary because of the different needs of scholarly disciplines.

CNN Student News is a ten-minute, commercial-free, daily news program designed for middle and high school classes. It is produced by the journalists and educators at CNN. This award-winning show and its companion website are available free of charge throughout the school year.

Director of Library
Lori Robbins
413-565-4220 x317

Library Assistant
Susan D'Agostino


New Books

Glenbrook Middle