Founded in 1983 by early childhood professionals, the mission of Family Network a Family Focus Center is to promote the well-being of children from birth by supporting and strengthening their families in and with their community. Family Network provides educational and enrichment based programs for parents with young children, offers after school programming for school age youth in North Shore District 112. A wide variety of Spanish-based services are also provided within our center to parents and children.
ASAP (After School Activity Program) - Provides after school programming at Oak Terrace and Indian Trail Schools. The program also provides bus transportation to Wayne Thomas, Ravinia, and Lincoln Schools. For more information click here.
Parent/Child Center - Provides programming for children from birth to 4 with their parents. For more information click here.
Right From The Start Program/Programa Desde El Principio - Provides extensive Spanish-based programming to parents with children from birth through school-age years. For more information click here.
All are welcome to come to the Parent/Child Center on the morning of Thursday, November 3, for our annual celebration of the Dia de los Muertos (Mexican Day of the Dead).
Parents and staff will create the traditional altar with photographs of departed loved ones and offerings of favorite foods and remembrances. We will learn about this beautiful holiday and share a potluck brunch from 10:30-11:30 in the Parent Room.
If you have questions, contact Terry Beem at 847-433-0377, ext. 307 (email@example.com).