Title I  Parents As Teachers (PAT)

Parents as Teachers is a nationally recognized curriculum for home visiting, focusing on positive interactions between parent and child. Parent Connection serves first time parents. The goal of PAT is to engage parents of children birth to three in the early education of their children.
 
In their first few years, children learn more and at a faster pace than at any other time in life. You help shape your child's future school success through the kinds of experiences you provide.

Your baby was born to learn, and as a parent, you are your child's first and most important teacher.

Who is eligible for PAT

  • First time parents (program offered by Parent Connection)
  • Parent in target school areas who have a baby 14 months or younger, with an older sibling (program offered by the Appleton Area School District)
  • Target school areas for the AASD include: Badger, Columbus, Edison, Foster, Highlands, Horizons, Jefferson and Lincoln

Parents as Teachers (PAT) is a free, voluntary parent education and family support program serving families in the Appleton Area School District who have a child 14 months old or younger. It is a home visit program that continues until your child is three years old.

The AASD PAT program is a collaborative effort with Parent Connection, Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin.

Parents as Teachers is a national program designed to foster strong, loving relationships between parents and their children.


​Contact

Pamela Franzke
AASD Title I & Birth-Five Outreach Coordinator
(920) 832-6321
email

Are you a first time parent?

Contact

Lori Jensen
Parent Connection
(920) 739-4226 ext. 129
email
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