One Valley, One Card
FAQs for Parents/Guardians
What is the One Card program?
It’s a cooperative program between the Eagle County Schools (ECS), Eagle Valley Library District (EVLD) and the Vail Public Library (VPL) to provide every student free access to information and educational resources at the public libraries by using their Student I.D. number.
How does it work?
It’s simple. Enrollment in the program is part of the online registration/information update process. Parents may opt-out of the One Card program at that time. If they do not opt out, the student’s school ID will work like a library card at all three EVLD libraries (Avon, Eagle and Gypsum) and at VPL.
How does the One Card program support student learning?
The public libraries are committed to supporting student learning and academic achievement by providing resources to help them become lifelong learners. One Card simplifies the library card application process and connects students to millions of FREE resources including:
- Computer use and Wifi at the libraries
- Extensive research databases for homework
- Language learning tools
- Books, audiobooks, graphic novels, movies and magazines
- Digital and Downloadable Resources such as eBooks, eAudiobooks, music and
Are all students eligible for the program?
All K - 12 Eagle County School District students are eligible.
How much does this cost?
What do I need to know about borrowing privileges?
The One Card program follows the same guidelines as other library cards at the Eagle Valley Library District and at the Vail Public Library. Click here to learn more about borrowing privileges at EVLD and at VPL.
How does my child access their library account?
Students just need their ECS student I.D. number and when accessing their account online, they just type an s and then their student number.
When does my child’s account expire?
Your child’s account doesn't expire as long as your child is a student with the Eagle County Schools.
My child isn’t an Eagle County Schools?
At this time, the One Card program is only available to ECS students. However, the Eagle Valley Library District and the Vail Public Library want all students to have a library card and access to millions of free resources. Contact the Eagle Valley Libraries and the Vail Public Library to sign your child up for a library card, today!
Are you teacher?
The Eagle Valley Library District offers a free Teacher Card with special borrowing privileges. Vail Public Library also offers a library card to teachers in Eagle County.
Where can I get more information?
FAQs for Students
What is the One Card program?
How do I participate in the One Card program?
Enrollment is part of the online school registration/information update process. Your parent or guardian may opt-out of the program then. If they do not opt out, your school ID will work as a library card at the Eagle Valley Library District (the Avon, Eagle and Gypsum public libraries) and at Vail Public Library.
What can I checkout with the One Card program?
You can checkout books, DVDs, graphic novels, magazines and more. Plus, you’ll have access to digital and downloadable resources such as music, eBooks, eAudiobooks eMagazines, language learning programs and extensive research databases to help you with your homework.
How do I log into my library account with the One Card program?
Just type in s and your student ID number.