Latest News & Information

Back to School

By Mid-Valley Parenting of Polk County 08/05/15

Where has the summer gone? It is hard to believe that children will be back in school in the next month. Most districts in the Mid-Willamette Valley will start school on September 8th or 9th. All school districts in Polk County have started taking school registration forms for all grades. If you have not registered your children please visit your districts website to learn how. While visiting the district website also grab your child's school supply list

...

Learn, Grow, Thrive Conference Schedule: Workshops Announced

By Mid-Valley Parenting of Polk County 05/07/15

We are excited to announce the workshops that will be presented at the Learn, Grow, Thrive Conference on Saturday, May 30th at Western Oregon University. The Planning Committee worked hard to decide on a variety of topics that will meet the interests of parents, guardians, child care providers, and early learning professionals....

A Day Without Childcare

By Mid-Valley Parenting 05/01/15

A humourous look into a day without childcare.

 

Reference: https://archive.org/details/AH-a_day_without_childcare

Learn, Grow, Thrive Conference Registration is OPEN

By Mid-Valley Parenting 04/17/15

We are so excited to announce that registration for this year's Learn, Grow, Thrive Conference on the campus of Western Oregon University is now open!

Haga click aquí información en Español. Registro in Espanol haga click aquí.

...

Classes & Events

Car Seat Check-Up

Sep. 26, 2015 | Polk County

More Information...
Heartsaver Classes

Oct. 1, 2015 | Polk County

More Information...
Car Seat Check-Up

Nov. 7, 2015 | Polk County

More Information...
Heartsaver Classes

Nov. 21, 2015 | Polk County

More Information...
Heartsaver Classes

Dec. 2, 2015 | Polk County

More Information...
Library Storytimes

Jan. 2, 2017 | Polk County

More Information...

What Others are Saying

I liked it a lot, hearing from other moms is good.
I can get on the same level with my children now.
It was a good and fun experience.
Learning to communicate with my child was the most helpful. I'm more patient and I talk to my child more.
I liked the other parents' shared experiences and discussing effective tools.
I now take the time to gather my thoughts before disciplining.
The instructors very knowledgeable and put information in a fashion that was familiar and personable.
Attending the group as one of the best things I've ever done and I enjoyed it. I wish it wasn't over already.
The way class was taught "I understood"
The environment was always positive.
I deal with stress in different manners now.
I now use more effective tools when dealing with my son.