• TBD, Parent Resource Center Liaison
    Phone: 757-925-5785 
    Fax:  (757) 925-5558

    Location: Booker T. Washington Elementary School, Room 305, 204 Walnut Street, Suffolk, VA 23434 (map located at bottom of page)

    Regular Office Hours: 
    Monday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Tuesday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (Community Outreach Day)
    Wednesday 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Thursday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (Community Outreach Day)
    Friday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 

    Please note that appointments are encouraged to ensure the privacy of all visitors. If you would like more information or to set up an appointment, please call 757-925-5785 or email

    The Parent Resource Center, funded by Special Education, is committed to providing assistance to parents, educators, students, grandparents, relatives and community members. Together, we help our children and youth develop and live full, productive, independent lives to the maximum extent possible.


    • Private Consultations with Families
    • Resources on the Special Education Process and Disabilities
    • Supportive Services for Parents/Guardians, Students, and Educators
    • Special Education Resource Books and Videos
    • Parent Educational Workshops and Training
    • Promoting Cooperative Relationships Between School, Home, and the Community
    • Newsletters/Flyers on Disability-Related Resources and Information


    Special Education Parent Resource Center Documents:
    View our  Special Education Parent Resource Center Brochure here.

    Special Education PRC Lending Library:
    View our Special Education Parent Resource Library  to find available resources. To request resources, complete the Lending Library Check Out Form and send it to or deliver it to the Parent Resource Center.

    Special Education PRC Contact Form:
    If you need assistance from the Special Education Parent Resource Center Liaison, click on the link to complete the SPED Parent Resource Center Contact Form. You will receive a response within 1 business day.





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