Teacher Services

One of the missions of the Pulaski Public Library is to provide resources and materials for the education of the citizens of Oswego County. In pursuit of that goal, the Library would like the opportunity to contribute to the success of your school and students. If you are a teacher or educator, you are encouraged to take advantage of our many free services, including a wealth of homework and educational tools in our library and through our website.

Class Tours

We invite you to bring your class to the library for a visit. Typically, this includes a tour of the library, Stories and time to check out books for those with library cards.   We can also design a program to suit class projects or research like jeopardy games, scavenger hunts, etc.   Library Card application form is attached for printing with this page.  Please distribute to students that do not already have a library card and wish to get one.  If they have a library card for any of the North Country Library System libraries which in include libraries of Lewis, St. Lawrence, Jefferson, or Oswego Counties they will work at Pulaski Public Library.  If a parent choses to fill out the form they are responsible for returning the books that their child checks out.  We require a parent or guardian signature on all applications for library cards.   I have created a form for you to send home with your students prior to your visit.   Forms must be returned to the library   PRIOR to visit so that Library Cards can be ready for kids during your tour.    Download Form HERE

Ask for Dawn  or email request to : dmyers@ncls.org


Doing a classroom project and need lots of reference materials for your students? Please send us an "Assignment Alert" to let us know of your upcoming projects and assignments! If we are     prepared, we can better serve both you and your students! The teacher can request specific books to be gathered in advance, and then check them out on their Library Card for use in the classroom.  Due dates can be extended for teachers using materials for the classroom.

All of these requests can be made via:

**Phone: (315) 298-2717 or **Email: dmyers@ncls.org

Please be prepared to share with us the following information regarding your assignment:

*Teacher's name and phone number we can best reach you at (work or home)

*School, grade, and number of students involved in the assignment

*Dates of the assignment

*A description of the assignment, including what materials you would like (non-fiction books on polar bears, 12 copies of "The Outsiders", etc.)

*How many materials you need

*When you would like to pick the materials up