Nottoway County Public Library System


Nottoway County Literacy Program


We have English as Your Second Language and one-on-one computer assistance
available. For further information, contact Sally at 434-645-9594.

corona virus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Virginia Dept. of Health
both provide reliable information about the novel corona virus.

Read this for some suggestions about helping others.
Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook

Healthy Eating - Quarantine Cooking

Eat a variety of foods that give you the nutrients you need to maintain health, feel good, and have energy. 
These nutrients include protein, carbs, fats, water, minerals and vitamins. Below are websites for recipes.

Amazon smile

Thank you to everyone who has been using Amazon Smile to support the Friends of Nottoway County Literacy Program.
We appreciate it. If you want to support the FRIENDS OF THE NOTTOWAY COUNTY LITERACY PROGRAM when you shop,
go to and select our organization. You will enjoy the same wide selections and low prices, and
the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to us.

literacy key

The Nottoway County Literacy Program provides free, confidential, one-on-one tutoring in the areas of literacy, GED preparation, English as a Second Language (ESOL), Technology, Math, and Career Building.  Phone: (434) 645-9594 

We believe that literacy is the key and our mission is, "Promote and foster literacy in Nottoway County through, but not limited to, the volunteer teaching of, and, serving as an aid to, low literacy adults and those for whom English is not their native language". The Nottoway County Literacy Project offers adults (age 18 and over) assistance in improving their reading, writing, and spelling skills. Individual tutoring is available, and the service is confidential and free of charge.

A tutor certification program is available for those wishing to participate in the project's worthwhile mission.

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