Schools and Children

Schools and Children

(Updated Sept. 30, 2020)


Oregon Department of Education

See Ready Schools, Safe Learners Guidance for School Year 2020-2021 for links to Community COVID-19 Metrics; blueprints for school districts; resources for school leaders, families and students; and more.


Schools and Distance Learning Resources


School District Updates

Also see the CDC's Toolkit for K-12 Schools, which provides guidance for school administrators and resources for parents. 


Distance Learning

School Meals

Eugene Public Library Expands Free Digital Access

  • Eugene Library Cards
    Because many online services require a library card, during this time the Eugene Public Library will register new cardholders by phone. People who live in the Eugene area but outside City of Eugene limits will be issued temporary cards at no charge. Expired and blocked library cards may also be used at this time. To register for a new card or renew an expired card, call Eugene Public Library at 541-682-5450 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week.
  • Online Resources for K-12 Students 
    Eugene Public Library provides many online resources for K-12 students, including free access to Britannica Library and a live tutoring service.
  • Online Resources for All Ages
    The Library also offers hundreds of thousands of online items for all ages including eBooks, audiobooks, streaming movies and shows, music, and magazines. Additionally, a Eugene Public Library card gives free access to subscription sites such as Lynda.com for technology and career skills, Ancestry.com for genealogy research, Mango Languages for language learning, Consumer Reports, and many more.

Financial Assistance


Children with Disabilities

Childcare