In order to maintain the health and safety of our families and staff, the PUSD Family Resource Center will not be physically open to families, but we are providing virtual activities.
For information, resources and referrals:
- Call 623-773-6679
- Fill out a Referral Request
- Email PUSDFamilyResourceCe@pusd11.net
- Visit our COVID-19 Information & Resources page
Looking for things to do while at home with your young children? Visit our At Home Activities & Ideas page.
An * indicates an activity with a book and/or material pick up. When you receive your registration confirmation email, you will receive further information on book/material pick up date & time. All pick ups will take place on the Monday before the activity.
Wednesday, July 1st @ 10:00 am
Thursday, July 2nd @ 10:00 am
Wednesday, July 8th @ 10:00 am
Tuesday, July 14th @ 10:00
Wednesday, July 15th @ 10:00 am
Thursday, July 16th @ 10:00
Tuesday, July 21st @ 10:00 am
Wednesday, July 22nd @ 10:00 am
Thursday, July 23rd @ 10:00 am
Tuesday, July 28th @ 10:00
Thursday, July 30th @ 10:00
All programs will be accessible via Microsfot Teams. Once registered, you will recieve further email instructions.
Family Resource Center
The Peoria Unified School District has partnered with First Things First to provide families with Resource Centers at three locations.
The Peoria Unified Family Resource Center is designed to provide parents and caregivers the tools they need to support the learning and development of their young children, with an emphasis on building strong families and helping to prepare children for kindergarten. We do this by offering information, resources & referrals, as well as providing programming for families with children age birth to five. Programming includes developmentally appropriate activities for parents/caregivers and children to engage in together, and parent education workshops. ALL programs are free to families.
Funding for the Family Resource Center comes from the Family Support Strategy of First Things First and focuses on strengthening families with young children and preparing them for kindergarten. Strong families are the building blocks of strong communities; it is critical parents have the necessary resources and tools to provide their children with stable nurturing environments, especially in the earliest years.