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NVUSD students are enrolled in Library One Card program
Posted 8/19/19

Since 2016, NVUSD has had a unique program in place called One Card. The first of its kind in California, One Card gives students full access to Napa County Library resources via their 6 digit NVUSD student ID.
This highly successful program, now being duplicated throughout California, allows students to use content databases, eBook libraries, downloadable music, movies and more. Students also have access to language acquisition programs, homework help and tutoring, practice tests, and they can check out physical materials and use computers at public library branches in Napa, American Canyon, Yountville and Calistoga…all with their student ID!     

We believe this dynamic partnership with the public library is one of the most powerful and effective ways to provide all students with what they need to succeed. Unless you notify your school that you do not wish for your student to have this access before September 20th, your child will automatically be enrolled in the One Card program.To opt-out, visit your school office or contact libraries@nvusd.org.

Find more information about the One Card program,  including how to opt-out.