Parent University 2017

Raising a child isn't easy, and most people have to learn as they go along. Parent University can help. Find out what experts and other parents say about some of the issues you face. Learn about products and services available in St. Clair County. Get ideas to make your job easier and your child happier. (Registration at the bottom of the page) 

DATE: March 4, 2017
TIME:  9 a.m. – 2 p.m. (Registration/Vendor Viewing 8:30 – 9 a.m.)
LOCATION: St. Clair County RESA campus
Technical Education Center,
499 Range Road, Marysville, MI 48040 

COST INFORMATION

St. Clair & Sanilac County residents: $25
Out-of-county residents: $35

SAVE $10 

Register by February 17 and save $10 on each registration. 
* Payment must be received by February 17, 2017 in order to receive the discount.

*No Refunds*

PAYMENT INFORMATION 

Registration is not complete until payment is received.  

Credit card payments (Visa and MasterCard accepted)
Call Tami Sly (810) 455-4011

Check payments 
Make checks payable to SCC RESA - Parent University
Mail payment to: SCC RESA  499 Range Road  Marysville, MI 48040  Attn: Tami Sly

(If your district will be paying your registration fee please note this in the comments.) 

PRESENTERS

If you are interested in presenting at Parent University 2017 please fill out a proposal form and return to Riley Alley, alley.riley@sccresa.org.  Click here for the form.   

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

If you would like to help sponsor Parent University please contact Riley Alley, (810) 455-4397 or alley.riley@sccresa.org

Registration: 

 


Parent University 2017

Your Name and Information
Parent
Child Care Center
Child Care Family Home
Child Care Group Home
Home Visitor
Other
 
 
Community Agency
Facebook
Family/Friends
Flyer/Postcard
Other
Sample Classes

Below are sample classes from last year. When classes are set and confirmed for this year, they will be posted  below.

 

  1. Social Emotional Strategies for Preschoolers (Behavior Supports)
  2. Social Emotional Strategies for Infant/Toddlers (Behavior Supports)
  3. Family Yoga
  4. Building Learners from the Ground Up 
  5. Transitions
  6. Mindfulness for Children: Helping Kids Manage Stress
  7. Literacy in the Early Years
  8. Literacy in the Elementary Years
  9. Talking with Children About Safety from Sexual Abuse and Healthy Touch for Children and Youth
  10. Mine, His, Hers, Theirs, Ours: Oh Boy!
  11. Math Skills in the Early Years
  12. Infant/Toddler Activities

Partners

Planning for Parent University is done in collaboration with the following agencies:

Early On

Great Start Collaborative 

Great Start Home Visiting

Great Start Parent Coalition

Great Start to Quality Resource Center

St. Clair County RESA

St. Clair County Community Mental Health