Family and Consumer Sciences
Family and consumer sciences is an academic discipline that combines aspects of social and natural science. Family and consumer sciences deals with the relationship between individuals, families, and communities, and the environment in which they live. The field represents many disciplines including consumer science, nutrition, parenting, family economics and resource management, human development, interior design, textiles, apparel design, as well as other related subjects.
Co-Parenting Through Divorce 2020
The Co-Parenting Class is a 4-hour class that teaches parents how to help their children adjust to changes in their family lifestyle.
Parenting Classes 2020
The Parenting Class consists of child development and parenting techniques to help parents help their children with challenges and solutions as they grow. We discuss parenting, ages and stages of development, building the bond, non-violent discipline skill, avoiding accidents and problems, rules, choices and consequences and power of encouragement according to age. Participants receive practical research based information from handouts, videos, panels and/or discussion.
Please fill out the registration form. Then click on the class you need to fill out that pre-survey form. Return all before class starts.
- Active Parenting - The First Five Years, Ages 0-5
- Active Parenting Now - Ages 5-12
- Active Parenting of Teens - Ages 13-18
- Active Parenting for Step & Blended Families
If you have not attended and are planning to, please call ahead of time to verify class schedule as schedule dates are subject to change.
The Oklahoma Nutrition Education (ONE) Program is the nutrition education program for Oklahoma food stamp recipients and the food stamp eligible.
The ONE Program is sponsored by the Food and Nutrition Service of USDA and the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service in cooperation with the Food Stamp Program of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. The ONE Program has been teaching and assisting families for about 9 years.
- Do you want to...
- Manage your grocery money?
- Learn how to plan good meals?
- Develop individual life skills?
- Prepare, eat & enjoy foods good for you & your family?
- What will I learn?
- How to budget & stretch the food dollar.
- Food selection & preparation.
- Basic nutrition knowledge.
- Meal planning.
- Food storage & safe handling of food.
- How long does it take to complete the program?
It takes 6 to 9 months to complete the program, and you will receive a certificate of completion when you finish the program!
- How much does it cost?
Absolutely FREE! Just one hour a week is all it takes to learn
about good nutrition for you and your family.
- Nutrition Assistant Resources