Schedule a School Visit Schedule a School Visit * indicates a required field Information about school visitPlease select your type of visit * RequiredI would like to bring my class to visit the libraryI'm requesting a librarian visit my classPreferred Date and Time for Visit * RequiredClosest Saint Paul Public Library Location * RequiredArlington HillsDayton's BluffGeorge Latimer Central LibraryHamline MidwayHayden HeightsHighland ParkMerriam ParkRice StreetRiverviewRondoSaint Anthony ParkSun RayWest 7thSchool Name * RequiredSchool Librarian(If applicable and known)Audience * RequiredStudentsParents/GuardiansTeachersGrades * RequiredChoose all that apply Pre-K K-5 6-8 9-12 Adult Workshop Topics * RequiredSaint Paul Public Library is excited to collaborate for a meaningful school visit. We offer many different services specifically designed for students and educators. Please choose the themes you are interested in covering on your visit. A library staff member can share more details and help you decide. Library Go: SPPL's virtual library card program for students. Educator Status: Check out more materials with your library card. Request Materials: Let librarians gather specific books and materials for use in your classroom. Book Talk: Library staff talks about books and recommends titles. Homework Centers: Volunteer tutors support students of all ages at drop-in homework centers Online Homework Help: Live online help from expert tutors, available daily from 1:00-11:00pm. Reading Together: One-to-one reading mentoring for students at SPPL Createch: Affirming after-school environments where teens increase their confidence, communicate, and unlock creativity through hands-on STEAM activities Read Brave Saint Paul: a citywide, intergenerational reading program set around a common theme relevant to the city, for students K-12. E-Books at SPPL: Learn about Overdrive, Cloud Library, and the Libby App Online Research Tools: Learn about online databases and strategies for research Science Fair: Learn about resources for science research and past examples of science fair projects. History Day: Learn about resources for research, primary and secondary sources, and past history day projects. Summer Spark: Summer learning program that encourages kids to have fun, stay active, and keep learning all summer long. Learn about reading, activities, performances, camps, and more. Request a tour of the libraryYesNoContact InformationEducator Name * Required First Last Email * Required Enter Email Confirm Email Phone * RequiredCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. How is the information I enter in this webform being protected?Any information you send using this webform is protected in transit with SSL encryption.Visit our Privacy Statement, opens in a new window to learn more about how your personal information is handled and protected.Information submitted in this webform is secure. Learn More.