Check out books and more! Your SCCPSS student number works just like a library card.
Student PASS account: 3-letter school district (SAV) followed by SCCPSS student number
Student PASS password: 6-digit student birth month and year (MMYYYY)
Account: SAV1234567 (SAV is the district in all caps. 1234567 is the SCCPSS student number. No spaces.)
Password: 042006 (04 is birth month of April. 2006 is birth year. No spaces.)
Students have the option to change their password.
Online resources are available anytime from home, school, or the library. Explore ebooks, eaudio, video, and research databases. Connect to free tutoring, homework help, literacy tools, exam prep, and more.
Some e-resources require a free account using your email and a username / password of your choice.
When prompted for a library card number, use your school district prefix and student number.
Example: SAV1234567 (SAV is the district in all caps. 1234567 is the student number. No spaces.)
Some e-resources require the GALILEO password for access.
Go to liveoakpl.org/forms/galileo. Start typing your Student PASS account beginning with the school district prefix, and it will automatically yield the password. Use the password when prompted on the GALILEO site.
(NOTE: The GALILEO password changes a few times a year.)
You can check out up to 5 items at one time including books, audiobooks, CDs, DVDs, and museum passes. Borrow books from any Live Oak Public Libraries location and request books from partner libraries across the state.
There are no overdue fines. Users will not be able to check out additional materials until items are returned.
The program is free and library resources and services are free.
Use your Student PASS at the library or online.
Click here for your Student PASS account login and password.
Students are always welcome at the library with or without a library card. There are activities, events, after-school programs, and seasonal reading programs that are free and open to all. The library also offers free and open access to library computers, internet, and quiet places to study. Students are also able to check out passes to parks and museums around the state.
This is a pilot program with Live Oak Public Libraries and the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System.
Charter Schools should contact SCCPSS Instructional Technology and Media Services to be included in the program. LOPL is working to include Effingham and Liberty in the future.
Students can visit any Live Oak Public Libraries location and they have access to 300 PINES partner libraries across the state.
Student PASS allows students to borrow 5 items at a time and have full access to online resources.
If you want your child to borrow more items and materials, you can apply for a free Live Oak Public Libraries library card at any time. Visit your local library and bring your photo ID.
You can continue using the existing library card. Your Student PASS account is separate and does not accrue fines.
Students maintain the same library account until they move outside of the school system or graduate.
When a student graduates, their account will remain active for one year.
In this time, they may visit the library in person to apply for a regular library card.
Parents/caregivers will have the ability to see what is checked out on the account of a minor.
Yes, per Official Code of Georgia § 21-12-30(a) Confidential Nature of Certain Library Records.
You may choose to opt-out of the program by notifying the main office at your child’s school.