The Youth Services Department serves children from birth through high school and their caregivers. For information about services for youth in middle and high school, see our Teen page.
How to Get a Library Card for Your Child
The Pollard Library does not have an age requirement for library cards. To get a library card for your child you must adhere to the following requirements:
- Only parents or legal guardians may obtain library cards for children.
- The parent/guardian must come to the library and bring identification with the parent’s/guardian’s name and current Lowell address.
- The child does not have to be present.
- First-time library cards are free. Replacement library cards cost $1.
The following is a list of links that you may find useful as a parent in the City of Lowell and at large. It includes youth and recreation information, links to Lowell schools and fun sites to go to help you raise your little reader.
City of Lowell Parks and Recreation Department
Lowell Schools Links
Lowell Public Schools
Lowell Community Charter Public School
Hellenic American Academy
Immaculate Conception School
St. Michael School
St. Patrick School
Ste. Jeanne d’Arc School
Resources for Special Needs Families
PML Autism Resources Guide
Lowell Public Schools Special Education Department
City of Lowell Commission on Disability
South Bay Early Intervention
Thom Anne Sullivan Center
Massachusetts Office on Disability
The ARC of Massachusetts
Federation for Children with Special Needs
MA SPED Child and Teen (online resources)
Parent/Professional Advocacy League
Massachusetts Families Organizing for Change
Special Needs Advocacy Network
Special Olympics Massachusetts
Special Needs Financial Planning
Cerebral Palsy Guide
Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress
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