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Timothy C. Hauenstein Reynolds Township Library

Student Library Cards

Tri County Area Schools Student Cards A new

Students attending Tri County Area Schools can apply for a limited access student library card. 

  • Card use is limited to TCHRTL materials only, and includes access to downloadable and electronic databases through Libby. (View the Getting Started with Libby (PDF) guide for instructions on accessing the digital collection application.
  • Students may check out two (2) items. If an item is damaged or lost, the student may resume borrowing privileges when the charges are paid. 
  • The card may be converted to a full service card if a parent or legal guardian accompanies their child to the library and registers the child according to the guidelines within the Lakeland Library Cooperative Patron Registration Policy. 

Children's Library Cards

If you reside or own property in Reynolds, Pierson, Maple Valley, or Winfield Township and are within the Tri County Area Schools district, all you need is a valid driver’s license or ID with your current home address. These items help us establish your identity and verify that you reside within our service district. Parents/guardians must be present to register minors. Visit our Circulation Desk to apply in person.

Apply here for a library card for your child

Parents/guardians can also apply online and get a library card for their children (ages 0-17 years) in as little as 5 minutes! Get a welcome email about all the library has to offer, as well as renewal notices and reminders.

Log in to your library account using your barcode and four-digit PIN to search for books and other library materials. 


With Libby, you can enjoy free ebooks, digital audiobooks, and magazines from your library. All you need is a library card.

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