Teacher’s Place

As your partners in education, we provide a variety of classes and resources for you, your students, and their caregivers.

Curriculum Connections: A Resource Guide

Browse our Curriculum Connections guide by clicking the 5th button down on the left hand side menu below.

Teacher eNews


Every quarter, Teacher News for Elementary school includes events and services for teachers and their grades K-5 students.

Middle School & High School

Every quarter, Teacher News for Middle & High School includes events and services for teachers and their grades 6-12 students.

Our Digital Collection

Collections available for homework or reading skill development and maintenance. Download to your SMARTboard and share with the entire class.

eLearning for all ages, opens a new window

See a complete list, including Encyclopedia Britannica, Gale databases, and more, on our online resources overview page.

Teacher's Tools

Learn at Home & School

Library resources and more for students, parents, teachers, & other educators.

Library Collection Accessibility Features

The library's digital collection offers plenty of accessibility features.

HelpNow: Online Tutoring Service

A unique live tutoring, homework help, and studying resource designed to help all ages succeed.

Book Group in a Bag

Make life simple for your students by checking out our Book Group in a Bag program. Every set of books includes 10 copies of the requested title - and you can have it out for 6 weeks.

Classroom Carryout

Classroom Carryout is our personalized classroom collection service. Complete the Classroom Carryout request form and CRRL researchers will gather curriculum support materials tailored to meet your students’ needs.

Reader's Theater

Reader's theater is a legitimate form of drama with actors using their voices and upper bodies to convey various roles in a script through reading to an audience. It differs from a play in that parts or roles are read rather than memorized.

Standards of Learning

The Virginia Department of Education provides the complete text of the Standards of Learning, as well as instruction, training, and assessment resources.

Class Request Form

The library provides a variety of classes and events to support your school's curriculum. Please complete the following form at least 3 weeks in advance to make a request.

Elementary School Classes

Find and contact your designated library partner for elementary schools.

Library Cards

Access includes books, eBooks, eAudios, eMagazines, and specialized research tools. Ask for applications, and we will mail library cards to your students’ homes.

Middle & High School Classes

Find and contact your designated library partner for middle and high schools.

Summer Reading Promotion

A lively auditorium-style class emphasizes that summer reading equals summer learning.

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