Start school with your Plain City Public Library card!
As students head back to school, the Plain City Public Library wants to make sure that all children have the most important school supply of all – a library card. Owning a library card provides students with the resources they need to compete academically. The Plain City Public Library provides students free access to databases of news articles, encyclopedias and test preparation materials. In addition, public libraries are the number one access point for free Internet access, an important resource for families without access at home when most school districts require students to use the Internet to complete their homework.
In addition, visit the Plain City Public Library for help with:
Guided Reading—from A to Z+ we have a list of books that match your level.
Research—from animals to poetry, science to sports, our non-fiction section will help you research your topic and write your report.
Technology—free computer access and printouts for school, research databases, tablet/e-reader help, and more.
Getting a library card is easy. All you need to get your own Plain City Public Library Card is a photo I.D. (driver’s license or state I.D.) OR 2 other valid pieces of I.D. Please remember that your current address must appear on your identification. Parents are required to show I.D. and to sign for their minor children in order to have access to all of these resources. Call, visit the library, or visit our E-Library for more information.