Parent-Teacher Resource Center

Our mission at the Parent-Teacher Resource Center for Chesterfield County Public Schools is to serve as a liaison between home and school. Our goal is to help all parents participate more fully and effectively in their children’s educational development, as well as to support all teachers in gaining knowledge on diverse learners and other topics. The staff at the center is composed of a special/general education teacher and a parent information specialist. The staff promotes a culture of excellence as they support families and schools in their efforts to produce self-directed learners. The staff assists families and schools in

  • building a positive working relationship between home and school;
  • understand the laws and responsibilities related to educating children;
  • communicate effectively for the individual needs of children and
  • developing and maintaining needed supports within the community.

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Services provided for families and schools through consultations (office, email, phone, school), workshops and information packets.

Online Catalog of Library Materials

The Parent-Teacher Resource Center maintains a lending library of current educational and parenting resources for Chesterfield County residents. Please contact the PTRC to obtain a Library ID and PIN so you may reserve and check out materials from the PTRC library. Use the K-12 Interactive Search box to look for materials on our Online Catalog.


Tips for Choosing a Tutor

Tutor Roster Form
Note: If you are not a Chesterfield County Public Schools employee, you will need to contact the Parent-Teacher Resource Center to request the form for a background check.
Fill out the above form online and print to send in the mail or submit it via email to the Parent-Teacher Resource Center.

Request for more information

To request more information, please complete the attached PDF form here.

Child Find

Each year, Chesterfield County Public Schools conducts a “Child Find” for the purpose of locating children with disabilities who will be in need of special education services. If you suspect your child has a disability contact the Office of Exceptional Education, (804) 594-1732, or contact your child’s home school.

Note: You must use a version of Adobe Acrobat Reader above 5.0 to submit forms via email or you may fill in the form online, print it and send to the Parent-Teacher Resource Center, Thomas Fulghum Center, 4003 Cogbill Road, Richmond, VA 23234.