Family Resource Center Newsletter

Year 1, Volume 1 - November 2018

Our Mission is to build stronger, healthier families by offering content that educates, informs and inspires people to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. To provide supportive services to empower and strengthen our community.


This program is designed to prepare children for kindergarten. Classes are held at the following sites: Cottonwood, Hollyvale, Joshua Circle, Juniper, Mesa Grande and Oak Hills, Monday through Thursday for 3 hours a day. Eligibility is determined by family size and gross monthly income, English Language Learners, or Foster Youth. The Pre-K Academy administrative office is located within the Family Resource Center on Main Street.

The Caring Closet

This is a program where students from all grade levels in our district can receive clothing and shoes for school in an effort to provide support to families during difficult times. By providing these services students are less likely to be absent and they can attend school with the confidence of wearing nice, new clothes and shoes.

Adult Education Programs


Students will learn the basics of typing, word processing, excel, internet, Google, photo editing techniques, etc. 

  • Monday & Wednesday, Tuesday & Thursdays 9:00 - 11:00 am or Friday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm


New and old friends get together to learn to make scarves, beanies and much more. Bring your own yarn, needles & project ideas.


Bring your own sewing machine and learn to make patterns, cutting techniques and standard stitches to make your own clothes. 

Basic Math

Learn whole numbers and operations, decimals, fractions, percentages, geometry and much more.


If you want to learn the basics of the English Language, please call to register for one of our classes.

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