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Educational Opportunities & Workshops

Peacock Family Services’ vision is that children throughout North Kitsap County will reach their full potential, nurtured by families and caregivers who feel supported, informed, and connected.

Toward that goal, Peacock has created Partners for Early Learning, an educational series for parents, educators, and service providers.


This collaboration of community organizations is dedicated to the healthy social and emotional development of our children. Our workshops, panel discussions, and other educational opportunities are scheduled throughout the calendar year, by bringing parents, educators, and caregivers together to share knowledge, skills, and resources that will support our families and learning environments. We regularly host these incredible educational opportunities – take a look at some of our past events below!

Helping All Kids Thrive during Difficult Times
Understanding NEAR (Neuroscience, Epigenetics, ACES, Resilience)

March 29, 2018 at 7pm

Join Cezanne Allen M.D, Executive Director of Bainbridge Youth Services and
Sue Constan M.ED., School Counselor at Wilkes Elementary
for this interactive presentation.

For more information and pre-registration enter here.

Peacock toddler room

Using “Teacher Talk” to Support Learning

July 31st, 2017

Connie Dougherty, CDA #3: Social & Emotional Development, Core Competency Area II: Curriculum & Learning Environment, Level #3

Peacock Family Services, Childcare Action Council, Kids Discovery Museum


Meeting Developmental Milestones:

Exploring Early Childhood Intervention

January 30th, 2017

Peacock Family Services, Bainbridge Island School District, Bainbridge Pediatric Therapy, & Malone Pediatrics


Understanding the Roots of Behavior

December 1st, 2016

Peacock Family Services and the Kids Discovery Museum


Building Children’s Brains Through Everyday Interactions

August 4th, 2016

Peacock Family Services and the Kids Discovery Museum


Parenting in Nature

January 28th, 2016

Peacock Family Services, Islandwood, and the Madrona School