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!
A comprehensive source of up-to-date information.
|Dictionary & Thesaurus|
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.
Helps create bibliographic citations in the MLA and APA formats.
A safe, free image library for education that provides copyright-friendly photos & images.
A photo archive site that provides free image reference materials.
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.
This site is a library of videos that teach all levels of math, biology, chemistry, history and more through user-paced exercises.
This resource contains great links to sites that will help you with your homework in the areas of math, English, science and computers.
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.
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.