MORRISTOWN, N.J. — The Plainfield High School Teen Parenting Program spent a beautiful day at Wightman Farms this weekend. The teen parents and their children rode on a 20-minute hayride through the beautiful scenic farmland. They picked pumpkins right from the vine and were treated to apple cider donuts and apple cider made fresh on the farm. The children climbed on the playground equipment made of hay bales and slides and took pictures with giant pumpkins.
Brooke Vuono, Director of the Team Parenting Program, said, “A fun day was had by all. This is one of many outings we sponsor during the year to encourage parent-child interaction and parent and me activities.”
The Plainfield High School Teen Parenting Program has been serving students at Plainfield High School for over 20 years. The program offers the students free daycare services for children six-weeks to 3-years-old. The center is a licensed daycare with a staff of five employees, a social worker and a director.
The goal of the parenting center is to assist students who become parents while attending high school to be able to bring their children with them to school, drop them off at the daycare center and go on to class. The teen parents are able to visit their children during the day. The students must be in school to receive the free service and they must attend weekly parenting and life skills classes. This service is available ONLY to Plainfield High Schools students. The center's is to assist students who become parents to continue with their education.
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