Connect with other families in the Marquette County area to share and learn all kinds of things! Could be what’s happening for fun, time to socialize with other parents, helpful hints on raising kids, equipment exchanges, parenting skills, brush up on money management, support for understanding your child’s special needs or temperament, craft and menu ideas — you name it!
PIE contacts are located throughout the county. Families that are connected to other families and community resources tend to be more resilient to challenges in life. And its more fun, too!
PIE is a joint project of Extension Marquette County Human Development and Relationships and Healthy Communities Healthy Youth (HCHY) — but it is really the parents that make it work! Each community is connected to a PIE team member to ensure reliable, quality information is exchanged.
Reach out and connect with a PIE team member in your area.
Endeavor – Debbie Thome 608-566-3746 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Packwaukee – Molly Coddington 319-480-6847 email@example.com.
Oxford/Neshkoro – Hannah Zellmer 608-297-3139 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Westfield – Jessika Stauffacher 608-369-0724 email@example.com.
For Information on Countywide Resources and Programs– Hannah Zellmer 608-297-3139 firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTERESTED IN CONNECTING ONLINE WITH MARQUETTE COUNTY PARENTS? Follow our Facebook page! It’s an online way for parents to share and exchange
- Activities and happenings
- Resources (programs, services, recipes, clothing, childcare info)
- Parenting tips and ideas
- Family Facebook Directory– Resources for Families:Facebook pages and groups
When parents connect, everyone benefits!
LOOKING FOR FAMILY SERVICES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN MARQUETTE COUNTY? Check out the Family Resource Directory
PARENT PACT A handy “house rules” guide for parents of teens and tweens about alcohol, bullying, weapons, cellphone and Internet use, harassment, and much more. Useful for talking with the parents of your children’s friends.
“HELPING HANDS FOR FAMILIES” NEWSLETTERS Quarterly newsletter designed for parents raising young children in Marquette County. Good ideas, resources and usually a recipe, in an easy-to-read two-page format.