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The Family Resource Center offers a unique blend of programs determined by the needs of the students, teachers and families. The primary goal of FRYSC is to remove non-academic barriers to learning as a means to enhance student academic success. One way to reach our goal is through enrichment programs. Educational enrichment programs encourage students to learn through different methods as they enjoy engaging projects and activities beyond the pages of a book. Enrichment programs can incorporate topics which develops the children's' curiosity to learn something new and fun. The programs also increase skills and interest; enhance confidence and personal abilities while enhancing and enriching the school and community. Examples of educational enrichment programs coming up the first semester are below. As always, if you have questions, please call/email the Family Resource Center.

  • Handwashing HygieneHandwashing Hygiene

    One of the most important steps to keep staff and children in schools healthy is cleaning hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Schools promoting hand hygiene can result in less gastrointestinal and respiratory illness and fewer missed school days. Hand washing hygiene will be presented to preschool through 3rd grade by the BRDHD's school health education services during the first quarter.

  • Self-Care: Hygiene & Healthy HabitsSelf-Care: Hygiene & Healthy Habits

    It is important to teach kids the value of self care by creating healthy habits. When your grade-schooler reaches  adolescence, hormonal changes will lead to increased oil production and body odor. That’s when you'll be glad you didn’t wait until then to instill good health and hygiene habits.​Healthy habits help us manage stress and challenging situations. They protect us from negative events, like poor health. Building up routines that help us take care of our bodies, hearts and minds is a worthy investment. Self care will be presented to grades 4 and 5 by the BRDHD's school health education services during the first quarter. 

  • Self care & PubertySelf care & Puberty

    Puberty is a time full of change. It can feel both exciting and daunting! But being prepared with the facts, and feeling support from those around them, can help students stay confident throughout. Information will be sent home with students at a later date. Parents can click HERE for info. Self care and puberty will be presented to the 6th grade boys and girls separately by the BRDHD's school health education services during the first quarter. 

  • Progressive Agriculture Safety DayProgressive Agriculture Safety Day

    Progressive Agriculture Safety Day is a day-long field trip for 4th grade students in Warren, Edmonson, and Allen Counties. More than 600 4th graders attend the day-long event. During the field trip, students visit different stations where they learn about a variety of safety topics. Topics differ each year, but can include: firearm safety, grain bin safety, sun safety, internet safety, water safety, fire safety, large animal safety, ATV safety and more. Fourth graders will bring permission slips home and classes will participate in Ag Safety Day in September. 

  • Bicycle RodeoBicycle Rodeo

    The Norton Children’s Hospital Bike Safety Rodeo is designed to teach bicycle safety to third, fourth and/or fifth grade students in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. By riding bicycles through a mini obstacle course, students learn the rules of the road and how to apply them. Students must be able to ride a bicycle without training wheels, have a signed permission slip and wear closed toe athletic shoes for the event. The bicycle rodeo will take place in October for grades 3 and 4. 

  • Red Ribbon WeekRed Ribbon Week

    Red Ribbon Week takes place every year from October 23 through October 31. It began in 1985 after the tragic death of a DEA agent. In his honor, parents and youth in communities nationwide began wearing Red Ribbons as a symbol of their commitment to raise awareness of the destruction caused by drugs in America. The 2022 Red Ribbon Week theme is Celebrate Life. Live Drug Free. The theme is a reminder that we are all empowered with shaping the communities around us through positivity, bravery, and strength. We hope the theme encourages everyone to express themselves and their feelings no matter what. Click HERE to learn more about the theme.  Celebrate with us and join in the mission to help keep kids drug free.   

  • Junior AchievementJunior Achievement

    Junior Achievement is the nation's largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their futures, and make smart academic and economic choices. JA's programs—in the core content areas of work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy—ignite the spark in young people to experience and realize the opportunities and realities of work and life in the 21st century. JA's purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Students in grades Kindergarten through 6th grade will participate in JA classes in November. If YOU are interested in being a JA volunteer for the day, please contact Ms. Casey


  • Hooked on ScienceHooked on Science

    Jason Lindsey, aka "Mr. Science, with Hooked on Science, is a nationally-recognized STEM educator, science multimedia journalist, digital meteorologist, and author. He’s appeared on the NBC Today Show, Fox & Friends, RFD-TV, WeatherNation, and television stations, across the United States, getting America “Hooked on Science.”

    Jason visits hundreds of schools, each year, inspiring kids to be inquisitive about the world around them and to develop a long-term interest in science and math. This November, students will enjoy a full day with Mr. Science. Parents and families are invited for an evening session of mind-blowing, mentally stimulating hands-on experiments. Click HERE for science games. Click HERE for science experiments.

  • Southland Dairy FarmersSouthland Dairy Farmers

    Dairy Education and Promotion covers a broad spectrum, ranging from nutrition for good health, safety in production and processing, as well as the conservation and preservation of our environment. If you can't come to the dairy farm, they'll bring it to you. The Mobile Dairy Classroom is an innovative program that brings the dairy experience directly to children. Trained instructors will demonstrate how to milk a cow, describe how milk goes from the farm to the consumer, and then answer questions from the audience. Click HERE to see a video. Students in grades preK through 3rd will visit the Mobile Dairy Classroom in November.

  • KY Derby Outreach ProgramKY Derby Outreach Program

    The Kentucky Derby Museum Education Department is dedicated to engaging all learners to foster an appreciation of our state's heritage, through the understanding of the cultural, historical and economic impact of the Kentucky Derby. The Outreach Program offers on-site programs that are age-appropriate and address Kentucky Academic Standards. Students and teachers alike will enjoy a day in December learning about the Kentucky Derby.

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