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Nurturing Parenting Workshops-
open to the University community

Every Thursday, 6:00p-7:30p
October 16th thru November 20th
here at Moss Street.

You can sign-up for only specific topics or all six sessions. Appropriate for parents of children aged soon-to-arrive up to elementary school.

Child care and dinner are provided free to participants.
Funding for this series provided by a grant from United Way of Lane County.

Facilitator is Amber Herring, Mentor Teacher for the infant & young toddler program at MSCC.

Sign-up is required and you can do so in-person at Moss Street's front desk, or email us your: expected attendance dates, how many adults, how many children and their ages, your connection to the University community.

For a list of each week's topic:
Nurturning Parenting schedule of sessions.

 

Child care has been provided as a program of the Erb Memorial Union to the University of Oregon community since 1970.

Our primary mission is to support UO student parents by providing
high quality care for their children while they attend classes.

Our secondary mission is to provide employment opportunities
and training
in caring for children to UO student staff.

Important Upcoming Dates

October 23rd, Thursday, 6:00-7:00p,
Nuturing Parenting Workshop session.

October 24th, Friday,
Annual Harvest Carnival, 5:45p-7:45p

School-age classrooms:
Tuesday, Nov 11th, 4j no-school day
All-day space will be available, please sign-up for this by replying to upcoming email regarding this day's scheduling options & planned activities.

Child Care Applications:
Fall 2014 term forms and waitlist info linked here for returning children & new children.

Winter Term 2015
will be available November 17th.

Spring Term 2015
will be available February 23rd.

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Each prospective and currently enrolled parent is expected to review and be familiar with the content of our Parent Handbook.

     
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