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Child-Parent Observation Class

Child Parent Observation (CPO)

 

Parent Education through Parent-Child Participation

Raising children is both a challenging and rewarding job.  Through discussion and participatory child/parent activities, parents will gain experience and insight in search of unlocking the keys of good parenting.  Children from 3 months to school age are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.  On a limited basis, parents who attend other classes on campus will have a reduced child supervision responsibility (2½ to 5 yrs only).  Child immunization record and parent TB clearance due the first day of class.  Textbook required.

 

FEES: $145 per session/ $75 additional child

 

Mon, Tue, Wed & Thu
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Rooms 45, 46 & 47
Kashevaroff

 

Friday              scheduled Field Trips

 

Class curriculum includes Distance Learning parenting programs.

 

Fall 2018 Semester
Session I
August 15 - October 19
 
No classes: 9/3;
Mon-Thu  -
Room 45, 46 & 47
Fridays - Field Trip
9:00 am
- 1:00 pm
Session II
October 22 - December 21
 
No classes: 11/12; 11/21; 11/22; 11/23
Mon-Thu  -
Room 45, 46 & 47
Fridays - Field Trip
9:00 am
- 1:00 pm
Spring 2019 Semester
Session I
January 7 -
March 15
 
No classes: 1/21; 2/15; 2/18
Mon-Thu  -
Room 45, 46 & 47
Fridays - Field Trip
9:00 am -
1:00 pm
Session II
March 18 -
May 24
 
No classes: 3/25; 3/26; 3/27; 3/28; 3/29
Mon-Thu 
- Room 45, 46 & 47
Fridays - Field Trip
9:00 am -
1:00 pm
Halloween 2015
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OUR MISSION

The mission of the Child-Parent Observation Class is to nurture mothers, fathers, and families in the important task of raising respectful, responsible and resourceful children.

We provide an environment that fosters healthy self-esteem for parents and children by offering fun and meaningful activities that parents and children can do together. We study the class book, discuss issues, and observe children. Our focus is on developing self-awareness, fostering compassion, understanding, and empathy, practicing good communication skills, and providing role models.

Children from the age of 3 months to 5 years participate in age-appropriate educational lessons, and parents learn tools and skills to lead, encourage, and inspire their children. Parents make friends and support each other. Children are given academic and social skills to be prepared for kindergarten.

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