Sign up for a WCCLS library card. All library cards are free of charge, and the following types of cards have no overdue fines.
Access online materials and resources immediately
A digital card gives you immediate access to all online books, audiobooks and all online library resources.
Access physical materials through your local library
To check out physical books, audiobooks on CD or other tangible resources, contact your library to get a physical library card.
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Events and homework help tools
No library card necessary!
Log in to the Brainfuse HelpNow site to get live virtual tutoring in English language arts, math, science, social studies, and writing.
Live tutoring requires you to log in to the Brainfuse HelpNow site with your WCCLS library card number and password.
Log in to the Brainfuse HelpNow site to ask experts a question about skills your child is learning. Get a written response in about one business day.
Homework help requires you to log in to the Brainfuse HelpNow site with your WCCLS library card number and password.
Do activities and solve problems to practice reading, writing, math, science, and social studies skills—like workbooks, but better!
SkillSurfer requires you to log in to the Brainfuse HelpNow site with your WCCLS library card number and password.
Upload your student’s writing and get suggestions for improvements from experts, usually within one business day.
WritingLab requires you to log in to the Brainfuse HelpNow site with your WCCLS library card number and password.
Reading and more
Watch, listen, and read along with animated picture books and e-books for new readers with Tumblebook Library.
You can also watch, listen and read along with Tumblebook Library in Spanish.
TumbleBooks e-books have several features to adapt the text for students who are struggling to learn to read and students with reading disabilities.
For example: listen to the e-book as the text is highlighted, change the colors and contrast of text on the page, and change the font style and size.
Other help and community resources
Visit the 211info.org website or call 211 via your phone to get customized referrals to childcare providers and strategies for finding quality childcare.
Youth Contact offers free mental health services to students and families across Washington County school districts.