Mike Morgan, Marion Township Trustee hands Sheridan Public Library Vice-President, Jill Cali the check for the first year of service.  Also shown is Kim Riley, Interim Director of the library.
Photo courtesy Sheridan Library
Mike Morgan, Marion Township Trustee hands Sheridan Public Library Vice-President, Jill Cali the check for the first year of service. Also shown is Kim Riley, Interim Director of the library. Photo courtesy Sheridan Library
At the Sheridan Public Library Board meeting on March 9, 2020 an agreement was reached between the Sheridan Public Library and Marion Township Trustee, Mike Morgan, to provide library services to Sheridan Community School students residing in Marion Township.
The Library will make its library system available for SCS students living in Marion Township in the same manner and to the same extent as if they were residents or real property taxpayers of its library district by making use of subscription cards. The Township shall pay the Sheridan Public Library a fee of $1,000 per year.
Student cards are only to be used by the student. Additional cards may be purchased at the expense of the township resident or real property taxpayer.
Upon applying for or renewing a student card, the student or parent must provide proof of enrollment at SCS. Report cards, Power School, or a letter from the school can be used as proof of enrollment. Proof of residency of Marion Township must also be shown.
Kim Riley, Interim Director of the library says “we are all looking forward to this relationship with the Marion Township board and hope to see many of their student residents enjoying all the services of the Sheridan Public Library. A special thanks to Mike Morgan, township trustee, for reaching out to us to secure this service for his student residents.”