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).
Two PACE sessions, approximately 17 weeks each, are offered during the school year. Cost per session for children aged one and older is only $25 for your first child, $20 for your second child, and $5 for each additional child, with a maximum of $50 per family. Children under 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.
Rock Ledge Primary Center, Seymour
Monday 6-7:30 p.m.
Tuesday 9-11 a.m.
Thursday 9-11 a.m.
Black Creek Elementary School
Monday 9-11 a.m.
Wednesday 9-11 a.m.
Wednesday 6-7:30 p.m.
Summer PACE Program
The Summer PACE Program is held for six weeks in July and August at local parks in Seymour and Black Creek. During Summer PACE, parents or caregivers and children will work on an art project together, and participate in an activity or game while playing at a local park. A snack will be provided for the children. Summer PACE is open to children of any age, but they must be accompanied by an adult. The Summer PACE Program is free, but a suggested donation of $3 per family would be greatly appreciated and will go directly to support CFRC.
Young Parents Discussion Group is postponed until the collaborators (CFRC, SCSD Alternative School and SCSD Health Office) determine there is a need and there will be attendees for the program.
Young Parent’s Discussion Group
The Young Parent's Discussion Group was established to help area teen and young parents -- ages 13-25:
1) Form support networks with other young parents and adult role models.
2) Fulfill their educational and employment goals to achieve economic stability.
3) Improve their parenting skills.
Discussion Topics/Activities range from appropriate discipline and preparing for the future to fun art projects with your children.
The Caring Closet. The Young Parent's Discussion Group features the Caring Closet filled with baby/child clothing and supplies from which young parents can shop. Young parents earn points to shop by attending monthly sessions of the Young Parent's Discussion Group, along with setting and achieving goals in the areas of:
2) Academic achievement/career
When & Where?
Time/date: 3rd Tuesday of each month September - May, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Place: CFRC classroom in Rock Ledge Primary School located at: 330 W. Hickory Street, Seymour, along with other various locations in the Seymour, WI area
Who Can Attend? Young parents, ages 13-25, living in Seymour, Black Creek, Nichols, Oneida, Freedom, and Shiocton are welcome to attend with their children. Childcare is provided.
The Young Parent's Discussion Group is a collaboration of CFRC, the Seymour Alternative High School and the Seymour Community School District Health Office.
During the school year, CFRC provides opportunities for families to learn more on pertinent topics. Presenters come from various fields of expertise to provide parents/guardians with information on topics like being active with your kids, appropriate discipline, talking about serious issues, and financial management.
Me & My Family Program
The Me & My Family program is designed to promote each parent or family member to spend time individually with their children. Programs are offered for nuclear and extended families and kids. The events typically take place in Seymour and Black Creek, showcasing some of the great, low cost entertainment in the area.
Annual Family Events
Throughout the year, CFRC promotes family togetherness by offering various events to all families interested in having fun. A few of these events are Autumn Extravaganza, Winterfest Carnival, Easter Egg Hunts and helping with Santa’s visit to the Black Creek Fire Station. Family Events are a wonderful way to spend quality time with the entire family.