Welcome to the Seneca Middle & High School LMC!

Our goal is to create a safe and welcoming atmosphere where staff and students are able to access information for educational and personal growth both individually and in a collaborative setting. Our LMC offers print resources and also electronic resources that can be accessed from this website. The LMC is open daily during the academic year from 7:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Carolyn Hammell, LMC Coordinator

Seneca Middle & High School Online Catalog
Use basic and advanced searches to find out what resources are in the Seneca Middle and High School LMC. 

Badgerlink: Wisconsin's Online Library
Wisconsin's Connection to the World of Information that contains multiple online databases and a wealth of information sources.

Quick Reference Tools

When you need a reference source on the spot!

Encyclopedia Britannica
A comprehensive source of up-to-date information.
Dictionary & Thesaurus
InfoPlease Almanac
Books & Reading
Teen Reads
What are the books teens are reading right now?
Reading Rants
Out of the ordinary book lists for high school students.
Good Reads for YA
Find what is new and fresh in young adult fiction.

Classroom Tools
Noodle Tools
Helps create bibliographic citations in the MLA and APA formats.
A safe, free image library for education that provides copyright-friendly photos & images.
Morgue File
A photo archive site that provides free image reference materials.
Homework Help

Need help with your homework? Try these links!

Discovery Education Homework Help
On this site you will find video and tutorial resources to help students master the basics of mathematics, science, English, and social studies.
Khan Academy
This site is a library of videos that teach all levels of math, biology, chemistry, history and more through user-paced exercises.
Homework Helper
This resource contains great links to sites that will help you with your homework in the areas of math, English, science and computers.
Homework Spot
A free homework information portal that features the very best K-12 homework related sites.
How to Study: A Study Skills Resource Site
This site is designed to provide students with study skills resources. 
Reference Items

Need a great reference site to help you answer a question or complete a homework assignment? Check out these online reference resources:

Virtual Reference Shelf
Selected web-based reference tools compiled by the Library of Congress.
Library of Congress
A source of historic collections including newspapers,
prints & photos, manuscripts and more.
Digital Public Library of America
Explore items from libraries, archives, and museums.
Information about famous people both past & present.