• Parent Resources

    • Learn about Special Needs resources available in District 622. 

    • 622 SPARC (Schools Parents and Resources Connecting) is a series of educational presentations about social and mental health issues. It is open to all adults, including parents, staff and the community. You do not need to live in District 622 to attend. Presentations are offered approximately once per month during the school year and childcare is available.
       
    • Get involved in District 622 Early Childhood and Family Programs.

    • Learn about Kindergarten in District 622.

    • An ABC listing of places for families to visit is a HUGE list of events, museums, activities and places your family may enjoy visiting together.

    • Playdough is an important part of Early Childhood classes and this is the recipe we use. 

    • Keep your children safe on the road with Car Seats Made Simple.

    • Learn about the value of Early Childhood Family Education at All About ECFE.

    • Mom Enough is a podcast about motherhood with mother-daughter co-hosts Marti & Erin Erickson.

    • Parent Further is an online resource to help families strengthen relationships through shared activities.

    • The Ramsey County Library and Washington County Library offer more than just books; they have storytimes and family activities, homework help, computers and internet access, access to free museum and theater tickets, e-book downloads, and much more.  

    • Think Small is a Minnesota nonprofit that works to advance quality care and education of children in their crucial early years. Their website contains resources for parents as well as Early Childhood Professionals. 

    • The U of M Extension Service offers a variety of parent education resources.

    • Zero to Three is an organization that works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development.