Free Photocopies – Copies of academic materials are free to any educator in a Lake County School up to 25 copies per day – 8½” x 11” Black and white only
Class Visits & Tours (in person or virtual)
- Have a librarian come to your classroom to teach your students about library apps and/or databases.
- Schedule your class to visit the library to check out materials or receive instruction on library services. Teachers are responsible for making sure students are permitted to borrow materials.
- Have a librarian do a book talk or a story time either in your classroom or bring your class to the library.
- If you or your students need to use the library outside of regular open hours please fill out this request form and a staff member will contact you.
Tote Bags for Teachers
The Library is happy to work with Fairport Harbor Teachers of all grades to help find them books for their students. We are offering Teachers Tote Bags of Books for their classes, which can be rotated as the curriculum changes. We will work with all reading levels and abilities.
Teachers can contact the Library by calling (440) 354-8191 or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Library Cards
If one of your students needs a library card, they may have a parent fill out and sign this form and bring it with ID to the library.
If a student is unable to get a parent signature or show ID they may apply online for a student opportunity card allowing them to borrow 3 books at a time.
Teacher Library Cards
Teachers can obtain a separate library card to check out Fairport Harbor Public Library materials intended for classroom use. This card may be kept on file at the library.
Print out a library card application
With the Fairport Harbor Public Library Teacher library card, educators may check out up to 50 items and place up to 75 library materials on hold. These cards allow a 3 week loan on most materials and potentially up to 5 auto-renewals.
Most Fairport Harbor Public Library items are not subject to overdue fines, but card holders will be billed for lost or damaged items; cards will be blocked at the bill threshold of $10.00 / 10 overdue items. Materials borrowed from other libraries in the CLEVNET system are subject to the lending/fine policies of the originating library.