Teacher's Place

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).  

For teachers of any grade | Classes for every student | Homework Help and Research ToolsClass offerings by grade and age

Teacher Toolbox

For teachers of any grade

Please call or complete this online form at least three weeks in advance. 

Book Group in a Bag
We have hundreds of titles for all ages, in bags of 10 copies, which can be checked out for 6 weeks. 

Classroom Carryout
CRRL researchers gather curriculum support materials tailored to meet your students’ needs for use in your classroom. Don't forget to renew checked-out items every two weeks!

Library Lowdown: Teacher eNewsletter
A quarterly email newsletter, highlighting new information and resources tailored to elementary, middle and high school teachers. See the most recent newsletter.

Teacher Library Card
Education grows with the power of your library card! Ask about fine-free check-outs.

Reader's Theater
A free lesson plan.

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.

Kids and teen booklists created by library staff, including character education booklists. 

Classes for every student

At least three weeks in advance, please call your elementary or middle/high school liaison or complete this online form.

Back to School and School Orientation
A table of information including library card applications and relevant resources.

Field Trips
CRRL instructors share wonderful books, introduce resources, and provide an in-depth tour. 

Library cards
Besides print books, library access includes eBooks, eAudios and specialized research tools. Ask for applications, return them to us, and we will mail library cards to your students’ homes.

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

Homeschool Teachers
Please call your elementary or middle/high school liaison about making Curriculum Connections with your students.  

Homework help and research tools

Online Tutoring from Literati Public
Tutoring in history, math, science, reading, and writing for grades 3-12. 

Testing and Education Resource Center
Students strengthen academic and test-taking skills for familiar standardized tests such as AP, SAT, ASVAB, GED, and more.

Mango Languages
Online language learning allows students to hone skills or develop new ones.  

eBooks, eAudios, and eMagazines
Collections available for homework or reading skill development and maintenance, including Tumblebooks for children.  Download to your SMARTboard and share with the entire class.

See a complete list, including Encyclopedia Britannica, National Geographic Kids, and more, at librarypoint.org/research




Class Offerings by Age and Grade