Info for Woodridge 68 students who do not reside in any library district
Working together, Woodridge School District 68 and the Woodridge Public Library have created an opportunity for Woodridge 68 students living outside the Village of Woodridge corporate boundaries—who are not served by other local libraries—to apply for and receive a Woodridge Public Library card at no cost. This opportunity is possible through an Intergovernmental Agreement between the school district and the library. This agreement covers Woodridge 68 students only, not other household members.
In order for your student to receive a Woodridge Public Library card:
- A parent or guardian must accompany the student(s) to the Woodridge Public Library to complete a library card application
- The parent or guardian will be asked to show one piece of current identification showing name and address. Examples of acceptable ID include, but are not limited to, a valid driver’s license, state ID, or Mexican Matricula Consular Identification Card. A recently delivered piece of mail or a lease may be supplied—in addition to the ID—to show a correct, current address.
- The parent or guardian’s signature is required to show acceptance of responsibility
This opportunity for a no-cost card is available anytime during the school year. Once issued, your student’s card will be good for one year. The library card can be used by your student to check out materials (books, audiobooks, Play-Aways, Kindles, DVDs, and more) or access resources through the library’s website.
Woodridge 68 students are also invited to register for and attend Woodridge Public Library events and programs. Details on borrowing policies and Children and Teen program information can be found at woodridgelibrary.org.
Please contact the Woodridge Public Library if you have questions related to a no-cost library card for Woodridge 68 students who live in an unincorporated area.
We hope this opportunity helps your student have a successful school year!