As your partners in education we provide a variety of classes and resources for you, your students and their parents.
All are described below or print our Curriculum Connections guide (PDF).
Please call or complete this online form at least three weeks in advance.
Homeschool teachers, please call your nearest branch liaison about making curriculum connections with your students.
*Book Group in a Bag
Multiple copies of the same title are available for an extended checkout period. Online resources provide tools for successful discussions.
CRRL instructors gather curriculum support materials tailored to meet your students’ needs for use in your classroom.
Introduction to the best specialized online research tools and resources for you and your students. 15–45 minutes.
*Library Lowdown: Teacher Newsletter
A quarterly newsletter, highlighting new information and resources. See past newsletters in the Archive
Teacher Library Card
Maximize the power of your library card! Ask us about fine-free checkouts!
Character Education Booklists
CRRL instructors handpicked books to coordinate with character education themes.
A free lesson plan.
A database of over two-thousand works of children's literature and their connection to the Virginia Standards of Learning. Connections also includes links to primary sources in the Library of Congress American Memory Collection. Maintained by Fairfax County Public Schools.
The Virginia Department of Education provides the complete text of the Standards of Learning, as well as instruction, training,and assessment resources for the SOL's here.
*Back to School and School Orientation
A table of information including library card applications and relevant resources.
CRRL instructors share wonderful books, introduce resources and provide an in-depth tour.
More than books, access includes eBooks, eAudios and specialized research tools. Ask for applications, and we will mail library cards to your students’ homes.
*Summer Reading Club Classes
A lively auditorium style class emphasizes that summer reading equals summer learning.
Specialized Online Research Tools can be found at LibraryPoint.org/Research
Middle and High School