UCONN People Empowering People

PEP

 

  • Do you want to learn more about your community?
  • Do you want to advocate for young children & their families?
  • Do you want to meet new people and get involved?

UCONN PEP classes starting January 2015. Check back for updates or sign up below to be alerted to the upcoming program. The UCONN PEP program was designed to build on the unique strengths and life experiences of participants and emphasizes the connection between individual and community action. The UCONN PEP Curriculum focuses on values, communication skills, problem solving skills, parenting skills, leadership skills, action planning and community opportunity. Participants will also complete a community service project.

For more information, please contact Kathryn Hassler by email coventrysteps@yahoo.com or by phone, 860-377-5203.

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Car Seat Safety
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Find out if your child is in the right car seat. For more information about car seat safety guidance and laws in CT, please visit: CTSafeKids.org

Preschool – It’s Not Too Late To Enroll

The Coventry Early Childhood Center (CECC), located in the Hale Early Education Center (on the Capt. Nathan Hale Middle School campus) still has a couple of openings in the school day program (6 hours per day). There is generous financial assistance available. For example, if a family of 2 is earning less than $10,000 they will pay $200/year for the program. A family of 4 earning approximately $80,000 will pay $2400 for the same program. Please contact CECC for more information at 860-742-4550 or contact us.

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