Schedule a School Visit Schedule a School Visit * indicates a required field Information about school visitPlease select your type of visit * RequiredLibrary Go Second Grade VisitI would like to bring my class to visit the libraryI'm requesting a librarian visit my classSchedule a Family Night at the LibraryPreferred 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 7thzz-testingSchool Name * RequiredSchool Librarian(If applicable and known)Audience * RequiredStudentsParents/GuardiansTeachersFamiliesGrades * 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 libraryYesNoFamily Night Topics What’s special at this library tour? Behind the Scenes Nature Smart Tour: Nature Smart provides resources, programming, and access for youth to interact with nature in their neighborhoods. Storytimes: Storytimes feature stories, songs, puppets, and more. Enjoy time with your child while building a foundation for reading success. Contact InformationEducator Name * Required First Last Email * Required Enter Email Confirm Email Phone * RequiredEmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Close Can you tell me more about this webform submission? The contents of this webform are sent to library staff via email. We recommend that you do not submit confidential information (like your library card number, passwords or credit card information). If you need to share confidential information with library staff, we suggest that you use other channels of communication, such as the telephone.Visit our Privacy Statement, opens in a new window to learn more about how your personal information is handled and protected. This information will be submitted via email. Learn More.