Giving students access to quality digital and print materials



  • Through a partnership with the Solano County Library (SCL), Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District (FSUSD) offers an exciting opportunity for students with the FSUSD Student Access Cardan innovative way for students to access resources of the public library system. The Student Access Card allows FSUSD student IDs to serve as a Solano County Library card.  The Student Access Card program is modeled after those being introduced in many communities across the country. 

    Your student will automatically be enrolled in the Student Access Card Program with the Solano County Library.

    The Student Access Card allows FSUSD students to…

    • Borrow up to 3 books from any Solano County Library location.
    • There are no overdue fines for student books 
    • Receive free online, one-on-one homework tutoring in English or Spanish in all major subjects.
    • Use public library computers at any of the library locations 
    • Request books from partner libraries, including academic collections. 
    • Access to all digital supports including eBooks, databases, homework help, and streaming content

    Parents are responsible for their children’s use of library resources.


    How do I use my library card? Your student ID number IS your library card. You will not have a physical card, but you can use your student ID card or simply enter your student ID# at the public library.

    Students can log in to online resources using the following:

    Library ID #: FSU + Student ID # (Example: FSU123456)

    Online password: Last Name in ALL CAPS (ex: JONES)

    Pin: Birth Month and Birthday (Example: November 10 is 1110)

    What student information will Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District share with the Solano County Library? 1) Student's Name, 2) School, 3) Grade, 4) Student ID number, 5) Home address and phone number, 6) Student’s Date of birth, and 7) Parent and/or guardian’s name. Solano County Library has signed an agreement not to share student information with other entities.

    What if I want my child to have full access to Solano County Library services and materials? The Student Access Card will provide full access to online resources. Borrowing limits are set at 3 items…a full access SCL card gives your child access to up to 50 items. If you would like to extend your child’s access, you may do so by visiting a branch of the SCL.

    What if my child already has a Solano County Library card? If your child already has a card with SCL, their student ID number will be still work for electronic access to online resources. This will enable your child to use SCL resources from home and school via the internet. Your child can continue to use his/her SCL card to check out materials and for additional online access.  

    I want to learn more about my students school library. Where should I go? Contact your school librarian or go to library.fsusd.org. Search the library online catalog at gofollett.com. 

    What happens with my student’s data? All data partnerships are monitored by Technology Support Services (TSS) Department to ensure that it meets the legal requirements for student privacy. Currently that includes the following:

    • The Family and Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)
    • The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
    • Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA)
    • AB 1584 / California Education Code 49073.1
    • Student Online Personal Information Protection Act (SOPIPA)


    What if I don’t want my child to participate in the Student Access Card Program? The Student Access Card is part of the district technology agreement. If you DO NOT want your student to have access to any district provided technology, including: district provided internet, district owned devices (Chromebooks, iPads, etc.), district provided software, please meet with your student's principal to begin the OPT OUT process. 


    I still have questions. Who should I contact? Please reach out to Jenn Roush, Assistant Director of Curriculum and Instruction, with additional questions. She can be reached at jennr@fsusd.org

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