Welcome to Wright City Parents as Teachers!
Your baby begins learning at birth. Brain growth and development happens more rapidly during the first five years of life than at any other time. Parents as Teachers (PAT) can help you build a strong foundation for your child’s future success in school and in life.
Wright City Parents as Teachers is offered at no cost to all interested families living within the boundaries of the School District of Wright City. This website provides parents with information regarding our program, its services, and how to enroll. Please take a look around to learn more about this wonderful program.
What does Parents as Teachers Offer?
A free program: Parents as Teacher provides practical, effective ways to encourage learning for all Missouri families with children prenatal to age 5.
Personal Visits: PAT-certified parent educators, trained in child development and home visiting, help you understand what to expect as your child grows and develops. The educators share knowledge about early childhood development and suggest activities to encourage learning.
Group Connections: PAT programs schedule time for parents to meet and talk with each other to enhance their parenting knowledge, gain new insights and share experiences, common concerns, and successes. Group Connections also provide the opportunity to participate in parent-child activities. We also offer playgroups within the classroom.
Developmental Screenings: Parents as Teachers offer a periodic screening of overall development, health, hearing, and vision to provide early detection of potential problems and prevent later difficulties in school.
Resource Network: PAT helps families access other needed community services that are beyond the scope of the PAT program.
How to Enroll?
Complete the google form below and we will be in touch with you to set up a visit.
Wright City Parents as Teachers
100 Bell Road
Wright City, MO 63390
Kamie Williams - PAT Director
Phone (636) 745-7300 x 11056 or
Fax: (636) 745-0725