Partners and funders

First 5 Nevada County

Research shows that a child’s brain develops most dramatically in the first five years and what parents and caregivers do during these years to support their child’s growth will have a meaningful impact throughout life. Based on this research, California voters passed Proposition 10 in 1998, adding a 50 cents-per-pack tax on cigarettes to support programs for expectant parents and children ages 0 to 5. First 5 Nevada County distributes approximately $500,000 a year in Prop. 10 revenues to programs and services that meet local needs, including the San Juan Ridge Family Resource Center.

400 Hoover Lane, Nevada City, CA 95959

265.0611 x 223

first5nevco.org



Nevada County Superintendent of Schools

Through exemplary countywide leadership, facilitation and support, the Nevada County Superintendent of Schools programs and staff will create, sustain and encourage high quality educational programs for all students. High academic standards, safe and engaging learning environments and the development of community partnerships will help in our mission to prepare students for the future.

530.478.6400


nevco.org


PARTNERS Family Resource Centers

The San Juan Ridge Family Resource Centers is one of three FRCs that serve western Nevada County. Family Resource Centers engage and partner with families, educators, and the community to better support children's development, create connections and increase access to local resources.

Katie Dyer, Countywide Coordinator 530.478.6400 x2051

kdyer@nevco.org

partnersfamilyresourcecenters.org


Twin Ridges Elementary School District

Twin Ridges Elementary School District includes two schools - Grizzly Hill School on the San Juan Ridge and Washington School in the small town of Washington. TRESD provides facilities on the Oak Tree School Campus for use by the San Juan Ridge Family Resource Center and offers additional ongoing support.


PO Box 529, North San Juan, CA 95960

530.265.9052

twinridgeselementary.com