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Buckeye Family Resource Center

We are committed to equipping parents and caregivers with skills and confidence

 to guide their young child’s development and successful learning ability.

 The center provides services to family and community 

members of all ages, free of charge.

Week of Jan.17th - 21st.
Something To Do!
Announcements
  • Citizenship Class
    Starts February 6th from 5:30 - 7:30 on Monday's & Wednesday's

    Check flyer for more details

    Call 623 925 3911 to register

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  • Creative Tots Playgroup
    For parents and children ages 2-5, every Thursday from 10:30-11:30 am.

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  • Developmental & Sensory Screenings
    Call (623) 925-3911 for an appointment.

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  • Experience Matters: Connecting Talent with Community
    Interested in being a volunteer tutor or mentors for west valley youth. Upcoming meetings will be held here on Jan. 24th 10:00-11:30, and Jan. 27th 1:00-2:30

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  • !!Free Literacy Workshop!!
    Buckeye Public Library-Downtown Branch

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  • Healthy Touch for Children / Talking with Children about safety
    Presented by Southwest Family Advocacy Center. To register please visit http://www.swfac.org/register

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  • KidsCare health coverage is back!

    Call 623 925 3911 to set up an appointment

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  • P.O.W.W.O.W.
    ~Dates and times~

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EMAIL US

Joyce Gross, Coordinator jgross@besd33.org 

Brett Benninghoff, 
Assistant Coordinator  bbenninghoff@besd33.org 
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Outreach & Parent Awareness Specialists:

Carol Lewis, clewis@besd33.org 

Luz Martinez, Lmartinez@besd33.org 

Nancy Barraza, nbarraza@besd33.org 

Yenni Rios, yrios@besd33.org 

Did You Know?
  • Learning begins at birth
  • Parents are a child"s first teacher
  • 90% of a child's brain develops by age 5
  • Strong families are the building blocks of a strong society
  • Critical skills, like motivation, focus, and self-esteem, take root from birth to 5 years old
  • Children exposed to high quality early education are 70% less likely to commit a violent crime by age 18
  • Healthy children are less likely to miss school days
  • Everyone benefits when more kids arrive at school prepared to succeed
  • Good health is the foundation for child development 

 

Buckeye Family Resource Center

210 S. 6th Street, Bldg. 700 Buckeye, Arizona 85326

On the Grounds of Buckeye Elementary School

Phone 623-925-3911