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Child and Family Resource Network

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To promote the quality care of children through educating, supporting and connecting the individuals involved in their lives.

The Child and Family Resource Network was established in 1990 as an outreach office at South Dakota State University to provide information and resources for users and providers of child care and their families. Currently, the Child and Family Resource Network is a state and locally supported Early Childhood Enrichment (ECE) program which provides training, education and resources to adults who are involved in the day-to-day care of children and youth.

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Responsive parenting classes set for Brookings, Watertown in June

The Child and Family Resource Network at South Dakota State University will hold four parenting classes throughout June to focus on helping parents discover what their children’s behaviors could mean.

Child and Family Resource Network to host ‘Common-Sense Parenting’ classes in April, May

The Child and Family Resource Network at South Dakota State University is hosting its next “Common-Sense Parenting” class series starting April 11.

CFRN parenting classes set for Brookings, Huron, Watertown in March

The Child and Family Resource Network at South Dakota State University will hold four parenting classes throughout March to focus on helping parents discover what their children’s behaviors could mean.