Community Family Resource Centers
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CFRC’s Mission
Strengthening families to strengthen the community.

CFRC has classrooms in each of the two elementary schools in the Seymour Community School District.

Board of Directors
  • Jessica Storzer, Presidet 
  • Katie Katch, Vice President
  • Carrie Habeck, Secretary
  • Megan Hawley, Treasurer
  • Deb Kozak, Board Director
  • Jericho Van Gompel, Board Director
  • Maddie Schneider, Board Director
  • Susan Metko, Executive Director
  • Tammy Nachtwey, PACE Administrator/Me & My Family Coordinator
How is CFRC Funded?
CFRC is a partner agency of United Way Fox Cities within the Strengthening Families impact area. Seymour Community School District provides in-kind support in the form of classrooms located in both elementary schools, and access to e-mail, telephones, copy machines, and general use of facilities. CFRC also holds annual fundraising events like Winterfest Carnival and Autumn Extravaganza.

CFRC relies on the generosity of local individuals and businesses to fulfill our mission of "Strengthening families to strengthen the community." Please remember CFRC when making charitable contributions. CFRC is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, offering parenting education, resources and support, while providing opportunities for fun time spent together. Donations can be mailed to (please indicate if you would like a receipt for your donation):
330 W. Hickory Street
Seymour, WI 54165.

Other ways to give to CFRC:
  1. Click on this link
  2. Login and enter your ID and password
  3. Find the number of Choice Dollars available to direct
  4. Search for Community Family Resource Centers Inc.
  5. Click "Direct Now"
In 1997, the Social Influences on Early Development and Learning class at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay was presented with the opportunity to assist the Black Creek community with establishing a family resource center using money from a GOALS 2000 grant. Student research, combined with information from a Seymour Community School District needs assessment developed during the GOALS 2000 grant process, indicated a strong need for family support and parent/child education among parents of birth to five-year olds in the community. The Family Resource Center was officially established in the fall of 1998 in the Black Creek Elementary/Middle School.

As a Graduate Degree project in 2002, two Seymour Elementary School teachers researched the need for a family resource center in the Seymour community. This research also established a need for a family support program and parent/child education in the Seymour community. The new family resource center was located in the Seymour Middle School. Since both resource centers were located within the Seymour School District and housed within district schools, the programs were consolidated and Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. (CFRC) was formed. The Seymour site began programming in the fall of 2003.

The school district then hired a new business manager who thought the resource center should be a separate entity from the school. To that end, the school district paid the attorney fees and assisted in establishing Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. as a 501(c)(3) organization in March 2004. In June 2005, we became our own fiscal agent, apart from the Seymour Community School District. The school district continues to house both locations and provides a tremendous amount of in-kind assistance.

Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. became an agency of the United Way Fox Cities in December 2002.

CFRC Events
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Fall PACE Program 2021
PACE Program 
The Parent And Child Enrichment (PACE) Program is designed for families with children ages birth to five years-old to foster parent and child interaction in a fun, structured environment. PACE focuses on child social skills and learning, parent education and fun through activities including play time, circle-time activities, art projects, story time and snack. Come try PACE offered during the day and in the evening both in Seymour and Black Creek -- whatever works in your schedule (see below for PACE schedule).

PACE Sessions run September - December and January - May, approximately 17 weeks each session. Cost per session for children one year of age and older is $30. Save $5 for each additional child, with a maximum of $60 per family. Children under age one are free, but donations are appreciated. That’s less than $1 a week for each child! And, scholarships are available. Attend PACE to register.
Safe Kids 101
How do you know when your pre-teens are ready to accept the challenges of staying home by themselves?  And are you ready to let them?  Train your child the smart way with Smart Kids 101.  The Safe Kids 101 program trains and equips your child with the skills they need to be safe at home and in the community.  

Recommended for ages 9 years and older.