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Teacher Cards

The OWLSnet Teacher Card is an additional OWLSnet library card, providing K4-12 teachers, childcare providers, and homeschooling parents with additional borrowing privileges for instruction- related materials. You must have a personal OWLSnet library card in good standing to be eligible for a Teacher Card. For questions, or to apply for a Teacher Card, please visit the Youth Services desk at the library or contact Sarah Wroblewski at

Teacher Packs

Kaukauna Public Library provides teacher packs to area educators.  Educators include teachers, childcare providers, homeschooling families and students interning at a site.  These packs are intended to compliment classroom and school materials. Library staff will select up to 150 age-appropriate materials by subject(s) that are requested. Teacher packs must be requested at least one week in advance. 

Our teacher pack request form is located HERE.

Library Cards For Students

We are happy to assist you in getting library cards for your students.  A public library card gives them access to our online resources, like ebooks and BadgerLink databases, and the physical collections of 50 libraries in the area. Include library card sign-up as part of a field trip, or have them delivered to your classroom.  Contact Sarah Wroblewski at to learn more and get started.

Field Trips

Kaukauna Public Library has many different options for field trips that cover different grades levels and common core standards. We can customize and accommodate most field trip selections to fit your class’s needs and everything is free! Many schools that visit for field trips have bussed, used Valley Transit, and walked. Checking out materials is an option for all field trips, but not mandatory.  Library cards may be obtained for your students if desired. We also offer tours, crafts, and scavenger hunts as an add on option to your field trip. Our field trip request form is located HERE.


Use your personal library card or Teacher Card to access these databases from anywhere!

Britannica Online is an encyclopedia and so much more! Features level-appropriate content for elementary, middle, and high school students. Includes reference articles, multimedia, and other content to help with homework and school projects.

Teaching Books includes author and illustrator interviews, author biographies, complete book readings, book trailers, and content to support book and author study assignments.

Tumble Books features hundreds of talking picture books, read-alongs and non-fiction books, including books in Spanish. App available.

NoveList is the tool to find your students their next favorite book! Book lists, series title, and read-alike suggestions for all ages. Includes fiction titles for kids, teens, and adults.


We love to visit schools and other spaces and can adapt most of our field trips to be done outside of our library. We can also create custom experiences including book talks, craft programs, classroom book check out, and creating library cards.

If you are having a special night at your school, we will also come out to promote library use and sign families up for library cards! The Library will visit public sites, but cannot enter private residences.

Request Multiple Copies of Same Title

If you need multiple copies of a title, we are here to help! We cannot guarantee multiple copies of every title, but you can begin with a search on to see how many copies of a particular item are in the system and we can help you request them. This practice does take time as our libraries stretch as far as Washington Island and Florence, Wisconsin. Email to request multiple copies. We recommend reaching out two weeks prior to needing the materials. 

Student Displays

We love to showcase student writing, art, and projects! It is a fun way to encourage families to stop into the library if we have their students’ work here for viewing. The Library currently has three art display locations. We have two cable hanging systems for framed art as well as an area with a track hanging system where we can display paper art or writing projects. We have also displayed projects on top of book stacks in the youth department as well. If you would like to display student work, please contact Sarah Wroblewski at

Interlibrary Loan

If your LMS cannot get ahold of a book that you or a student needs, we can likely help you! Our library is connected to 50 libraries in our system, which means that with a library card you have access to the materials at every one of those locations. Transit between libraries runs Monday through Friday, so typically within three days an item that is available at another library in our system can be at our library for you.

On top of that, we also offer Inter Library Loan, which goes beyond library systems, even outside of state lines. So long as a library agrees to lend an item, we can get materials from almost any library in the country, including university libraries. These types of loans that go beyond state lines do take longer than our traditional system resource sharing, but more often than not, we are successful in procuring the resource.