Parents’ Academy

Parent's Academy

New Classes for 2016

We are now offering TWO different Precious Minds New Connections courses.

One class is for families with children 3 and under and the other course is for families with children age 4 through teens. Both classes meet for 9 weeks and include meals, childcare and awards for all participants. All programs are free!

Click here for upcoming class schedule (current as of March 31, 2016)

Parents’ Academy offers free parenting classes for families who seek support in raising healthy, well adjusted children. All parents and caregivers are welcome to join the program which includes free meals and childcare at each lesson.

If you are interested in making this investment in your children or grandchildren, give us a call at 532-0894 for more information and registration.

Making Children Mind Without Losing Yours is a 6 week positive discipline program that places special attention on guidance of children age 5 through 18. Families learn effective communication skills, stress management and how to set respectful boundaries.

Precious Minds New Connections is a nine week program for families with children under three. Class activities focus on giving your child the best start in life in the early years of development. This program is funded by the Kronkosky Foundation.

Both programs serveApril 7 grads precious minds families with CPS cases or other court requirement.

“This program gave me strength and the ability to give my children structure. The Parents’ Academy will be a BIG part of my success story when all is said and done.”  2014 Class Attendee


The Parents Academy welcomes parents of children of all ages and is open to the public.

For more information please contact:       Kathy Lozano       210-532-0894

4 Responses to Parents’ Academy

  1. Hope Evans says:

    This is wonderful for parents! It gives them the information they so desperately need to take care of and understand their children’s development.

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  3. Christina says:

    Do you provide babysitting for parents?

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