Classes & Events

*You can also sign up for classes by calling or emailing PAT@frc-sc.org.
  • Eye Spy (parent class)

    Eye Spy (parent class)

    Let’s take a look at the difference between eye-sight (20/20) and vision. This fun, interactive parent session will be led by Kathy Nurek, vision development consultant. She will share how eyesight/vision affects your child’s life, when it develops and how parents can enhance their child’s visual development. Appropriate for parents of children of all ages.

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    • August
    • 2
    • 2017
    • at 6.00 pm - 7.30 pm
    • FRC at Generations, Room B
    • $5 per family for one vision class or $7.50 per family for both vision classes (see details for additional class information), payable by July 26th
  • Eye Spy with my Little Eyes (parent-child class)

    Eye Spy with my Little Eyes (parent-child class)

    Now let’s have some fun with vision! Parents and children will enjoy time playing with a purpose. Kathy Nurek returns to share ideas to enhance vision development. Come dressed for movement and play. Appropriate for children age 3-6 years, accompanied by an adult.

    COMBO - When attending BOTH classes parents get a chance to first learn from Kathy Nurek, vision development consultant, the difference between eye-sight and vision. She will share how eyesight/vision affects your child’s life, when it develops and how parents can enhance their child’s visual development. THEN parents are invited to bring their child(ren) back on Saturday and have some fun with vision! You will enjoy time playing with a purpose. (Come dressed for movement and play.) Appropriate for parents of, and, children age 3-6 years, accompanied by an adult.

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    • August
    • 5
    • 2017
    • at 10.00 am - 11.30 am
    • FRC at Generations, Room B
    • $5 per family for one vision class or $7.50 per family for both vision classes (see details for additional class information), payable by July 26th
  • Free Developmental Screenings

    Free Developmental Screenings

    Screenings include these developmental areas: • Language • Problem Solving • Fine & Large Motor • Social

    If age appropriate, there will be additional vision screens.

    The Benefits of Developmental Screenings: • Celebrate your child’s development • Support your child’s school readiness skills • Provide parenting information and resources • Early detection of potential developmental delays

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    • August
    • 15
    • 2017
    • Early Learning Center, 1227 Wilson Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081
  • Sheboygan Service Club Partner Charity

    Sheboygan Service Club Partner Charity

    Family Resource Center Parents as Teachers

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    • November
    • 11
    • 2017
    • at 5.30 pm
    • The Berkshire - 821 N 8th St, Sheboygan WI
  • Scrabble FUNdraiser for Literacy Council

    Scrabble FUNdraiser for Literacy Council

    Scrabble FUNdraiser for Literacy Council

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    • February
    • 3
    • 2018