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Registering for a Child's Card
- A child's card is issued to applicants who are under 11 years old and meet other criteria.
- A parent or guardian must be with the child to co-sign the registration form. The parent or guardian's picture identification may be used for the child.
- The parent or guardian is responsible for the use of the child's card: any fines, damages or lost items must be paid.
- Children who live in a reciprocal parish, must get an authorization form filled out by their parish library before they can register.
Registering For a Card If You Are 12 To 14 Years Old
A Tween card is issued to applicants who are 12 to 14 years old and meet other criteria.
- A parent or guardian must be with the tween to provide picture ID and proof of current address as well as to sign both the application and the card.
- This card can be used to check out items from the Teen and Children’s collections.
- Fines are charged for overdue items. If an item is lost or damaged, payment will be required.
- The parent or guardian is responsible for the use of the Tween’s card and any fines, damages, or lost items must be paid.
- A Tween card can be exchanged for a Teen card when the tween is 15 years old.
Special Student Cards
Registering for an Adult Student Card
- A college or high school student who lives in a reciprocal parish,
must have an authorization form filled out by his/her parish librarian.
- A college student who lives on campus, but has a permanent home
address outside of our reciprocal parishes, must provide proof of
current enrollment, a picture ID, proof of permanent home address and/or
proof of a local mailing address.
Registering For a Card If You Are 15 To 17 Years Old
- The Teen must provide picture ID and proof of address. If he does not have this, a parent or guardian must be present and provide the necessary proof.
- The teen and his parents are responsible for the use of the Teen card.
- The card can be used to check out items from the entire library collection.
- Fines will be charged for overdue items. If an item is lost or damaged, payment will be required.
- A Teen card may be exchanged for an adult card when the teen is 18 years old.
Privileged Retired Persons
Senior citizens get special checkout privileges!!
- 6 week checkout and renewal for items that don't have a hold list.