Just call us the teacher’s pet.
We have the backs of local teachers as they help to bring up the next generation, whether you’re teaching in a daycare, at a preschool, for K-12 or in your home. The library is with you:
Book a Class Visit
- In the classroom introducing kids to the Library
- At your desk as you develop learning experiences to support the curriculum
- As you provide tools to kids to keep discovering, learning and growing
Let us visit your classroom or bring your students to the library. Give us a few details
and we’ll be in touch to set up the details of your visit.
Your brain will hurt when you see the list of resources we have available to support students with school assignments and homework.
A comprehensive listing of every online resource and database offered by the Library.
Student Success Card
For participating school districts, Student ID cards grant you access to online Library resources, from ebooks to test preparation. Learn more about the Student Success Card
Teacher Library Card
A teacher library card permits teachers in Sacramento County to borrow materials for classroom and material support, including up to 60 books and audiobooks without accruing overdue fines. You can also borrow items for up to 42 days and put up to 60 items on hold. All you need is proof of your educator status. Apply for the card
Tools for Educators
Tools that are both fun-ish for kids and helpful for teachers include Homework Help Now
, Teaching Books
and Book Club in a Box
What other resources are available?
Check out our early learning services for additional tools for kids 0-5 and our Homework Help program for access to online tutors and other tools.
What if I don’t live in Sacramento County?
If you don’t live in Sacramento County we encourage you to contact the library system that serves yours, but don’t forget that our online resources are available to anyone who signs up for a Sacramento Public Library card at any of our 28 locations.
Do you only visit classrooms?
We consider every invitation, whether we’re introducing a classroom to the Library or participating in school or community events.