Plan a Class Visit

Class Visits at the Library

You will meet a person who works at the library. Someone who works at the library will always wear a nametag. You can call them by their name! 

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Teachers & Educators

We've got all the information you need about class visits, getting your students library cards, and books for your classes.


Visiting Your Library

  • You will use a library voice - no loud noises, please! 
  • If you already have a library card, bring it! 
  • If you have any books to return, bring them with you. Library staff can show you where to put them. 
  • Ask the librarian where to find the books you want. 
  • Remember to check your items out before you take them home! You will need to bring your books back in three weeks. 
  • Always listen to your teacher’s instructions! 

Ask a library staff member for help!

  • Borrowing books, movies, and toys is free! Although we have no late fines, items must be brought back. 
  • You can also download movies and music online through the library’s website! 
  • You need to have a library card to borrow things or use the computer. 
  • You do not need to have a library card to come to the library and play, hang out, or see a show. Anyone can come to the library whenever they want.

    The library is for everyone.


At School

Librarians can also do school visits!

They can read a story to your class, or talk about special things that are happening at the library.

Online Visits

Your class can have a virtual visit from a librarian. 

It’s fun to see someone new online! The librarian might read your class a story or sing a song. 

Children's Librarians

Children’s librarians can present storytimes and other special programs. Please let us know if you would like a storytime, library orientation, book talk, or help on a specific topic. You can also invite us to school events and parents' meetings to talk about library service, highlight books children enjoy, and how to encourage reading in the home.

Teen Librarians

Teen librarians are excited to meet your class. We can demonstrate online resources, talk about books, tell what the library is doing right now, or talk about information-related topics like "fake news." You can also invite us to events or staff meetings to talk about how we are supporting schools, teachers, and students.

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