Your student ID provides you with instant access to online one-on-one homework help, research tools, e-books, audiobooks, electronic magazines and print books — all fine free at the library.
After the selecting a resource, students can sign into their account by entering their school district’s three-digit number followed by the student’s ID number (with no dash or space). Access resources
Learn how to use your student card by watching a video.
Learn how to use HelpNow one-to-one tutoring service by watching a video.
You will need to create an account to use Cloud Library, Hoopla and RBdigital. Directions are provided or watch the following tutorials:
Existing library cards are not replaced by student cards.
Student Cards make public library resources a part of every student's learning experience and leverage existing public resources to support student learning.
- ISD 191 (in partnership with Scott County Library)
- Burnsville High School
- Eagle Ridge Middle School
- Metcalf Middle School
- Nicollet Middle School
- Burnsville Alternative High School
- ISD 192
- ISD 194
- Lakeville North High School
- Lakeville South High School
- Century Middle School, eighth grade
- Kenwood Trail Middle School, eighth grade
- McGuire Middle School, eighth grade
- ISD 196
- Apple Valley High School
- Rosemount High School
- Eagan High School
- Eastview High School
- Area Learning Center
- School of Environmental Studies
- Black Hawk Middle School, eighth grade
- Falcon Ridge Middle School, eighth grade
- Scott Highlands Middle School, eighth grade
- Valley Middle School of STEM, eighth grade
- ISD 197
- Henry Sibley High School
- Friendly Middle School
- Heritage Middle School
- ISD 917
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.