Our wish is to make preschoolers welcome and comfortable in our library. Guided group visits give them a chance to learn about and enjoy resources that they can use the rest of their lives. Generally a visit would include a special story time, followed by a brief introduction to what is found in the children’s area.
Elementary School Classes
Grades K- 5 are invited to come and discover the resources of their local library. A Grades K-2 visit will include library etiquette, a description of our services, and a tour of the library. If time permits a book talk or specialized program may be included. Students in upper levels (Grades 3-5) may also request an introduction to the Library’s online resources.
Middle and High Schools
Youth Librarians may provide special programs and services if you arrange a visit enough in advance. Let us know if you would like a library orientation, book talk, online database training, or research assistance on specific topics. Homeschoolers, scout troops, and church groups are all encouraged to schedule a visit to the youth services department. Please inform us if there is any special skill or research topic you would like us to present.
How to Arrange a Class Visit
Every Clearwater Public Library location has a youth librarian who works with all public and private preschool, elementary and middle schools. Scheduling a visit as far ahead as possible allows us time to arrange for adequate support staffing and to prepare for your specific needs.
Visits from the Library
Are you unable to schedule a visit to the library? Please call (727) 562-4970 or email to arrange for a visit from a youth librarian to your school or facility. Librarians can read stories, introduce books and describe materials available at our library.