Schools & Teachers
We offer many services to Seattle-area daycares, schools, and other community agencies serving kids and teens.
Find programs and services to help students of all ages succeed in school.
K – 12 students in Seattle can get free virtual tutoring from Tutor.com with a Library card or Library Link number.
Library Link is a collaboration between The Seattle Public Library and Seattle Public Schools to connect students in grades K-12 with online resources and media.
All Seattle Public Schools students and teachers/staff can create a Library card number with their student or staff ID number.
Teachers and Staff:
- Your Library Link number is 991, followed by two to seven zeroes, followed by your 3- to 8-digit SPS Employee ID number to create a 13-digit number.
- Your PIN is the last 4 digits of your Library Link account number.
Library Link Tips for Teachers
Library Link isn’t a resource on its own. It is a Seattle Public Library account number that has automatically been created using Seattle Public Schools students’ Student ID number. Students use it just like they would Seattle Public Library card online. To get started, visit the Library Link page.
Resources for Educators
Help your students learn from home. We have collected links to remote learning resources for pre-K through high school teachers, available through the Library as well as other organizations.
We have created Exploration Guides for youth, filled with videos, podcasts, art, e-books, and more! We create new Exploration Guides each week, and they are all specially crafted by Library staff topic experts for youth in elementary, middle and high school.
Mobile Library Services
With Mobile Services, we bring the Library to you! We want to ensure that everyone in Seattle has access to information, ideas, and stories. Our bookmobiles bring Library services to kids and people who may not be able to get to the Library easily.