Bridging Communities and Schools
Family Resource Centers (FRCs) help families connect to community resources, provide basic needs supplies (like food, clothing, and diapers), help families get ready for the transition to kindergarten, and provide programming like story times, science nights, and parenting education.
Ana Maria Dudley, Program Coordinator at South Lane School District’s FRC, Peggy’s Primary Connection , had this to say: 
“The goal of our FRC is to support parents, caregivers and their children in a non-judging environment where everyone is welcome, no income requirement to attend, all activities are at no charge. Come join for some fun!”
Peggy’s Primary Connection provides early learning programs, resources and referral, parenting classes, a lending library, age appropriate activities for children 0 to 6, and after school support for all ages. Parenting support is ongoing, on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the school year. 
There are twelve FRCs housed within school districts throughout Lane County. Visit your school district's FRC and find out more about the great programs and services they offer!