Student PLAY Program at the Live Oak Library
Welcome to the Student PLAY Program
PINES Library Access for Youth (PLAY)
Free public library resources are available at your local library and online anytime from home or school.
How does the Student PLAY program work?
Student PLAY gives Chatham County and Effingham County public school students free access to public library resources and services.
Students use their student/lunch number just like a library card.
The program is free and access to public library resources and services is free.
About Student PLAY
The PINES Library Access for Youth (PLAY) program gives students free access to public library materials and online resources to help them succeed in school. Live Oak Public Libraries partners with local schools to provide the PLAY program.
Access your free public library account based on your student number.
Check out online resources, use computers, and borrow books - with no overdue fines.
Achieve academic success inside and outside of the classroom.
Connect to free tutoring, homework help, literacy tools, college prep, and job readiness.
The PLAY program is currently available to all Pre-K through 12th grade students in Savannah-Chatham County Public School System and Effingham County Schools.