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Starting this year, all students will be offered the opportunity to have a library card issued through the school district that will work at the public library. For elementary and middle school students who opted in, you will be able to use your school ID as your library card! We anticipate those cards to be active around the beginning of October. We'll send out a message when they go live!
A: Library cards issued through the school district will standardize the students' library card numbers (it becomes the student's 10-digit student ID number) so school library staff can help students access online materials, such as eBooks, databases, etc.
Q: If my student already has a library card, will this account replace their current account?
A: Yes. The new library card through the school district will replace any library cards already in the student's name.
Q: Will my student get a new library card?
A: Yes! The student's school ID card (in elementary and middle) will have a barcode on it that will act as the new library card.
Q: Will my student have access to materials that I don't know about?
A: Students will still be able to access any materials from the school library in the same way as before. Now they will be able to get assistance from library staff in each building to place books on hold at the public library, access electronic materials available at the public library, etc. They will also be able to check out materials at the public library as any patron can.