What is the FVRL Educator Card? Last Updated: Jun 14, 2019 Views: 118
What is the FVRL Educator Card?
The Educator Card provides teachers with a special card to borrow physical materials for classroom use or curriculum support. It allows higher checkout and hold limits and longer checkout periods.
- Who can get one?
- Teachers at a daycare, a public or private K-12 school, or a homeschool who live or work within the FVRL district.
- How do I sign up?
- Apply at any staffed FVRL library. Bring current photo ID and proof that you are an educator.
- What kind of proof do you need?
- We need proof of employment (such as a staff ID) from a daycare or a K-12 public or private school, or a Declaration of Intent as a homeschool provider. (Homeschool parents of children younger than eight don't need a Declaration of Intent—you can just tell us you're homeschooling.)
- What can I do with it?
- Does it expire?
- Yes, in one year, but you can renew it if you present proof of educator status again.
- What else should I be aware of?
- If you have a personal library card and an Educator Card, you need to keep both in good standing or you could lose borrowing privileges of both.
- The Educator Card is intended for education-related items only. Personal use may result in loss of privileges.
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Last Updated: Jun 14, 2019 Views: 118