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Your Make & Take Place

PTRC is OPEN for EVERYONE to Use – Tell Your Friends...

  New Yellow DieCut Book showing all our DieCuts  
  including 20 new ones:   
DieCut Book Feb 2017

Hours Days

       Mon.:    9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
         Tues.:   9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
         Wed.:  12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.              
                            (closed Wed. a.m.)
         Thurs.:   9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
         Fri.:       9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.              
                            (closed Fri. p.m.)

Open Monday thru Friday all year
Open All Summer Long

Open Spring & Winter Breaks
Open most "No School" Days
Closed Major Holidays

 

PTRC Front Door Location

» Southwest corner of Washington School
» Look for PTRC Sign
» Park on Washington St. close to 12th St.
» Walk up our Sidewalk & Enter our Front Door
» Enjoy our Comfortable Spacious Work Rooms

2535 Lakin Ave.
Great Bend, KS 67530
620-793-1633 Phone
620-793-1614 Fax

 

Supplies and Room Fees
This room is OPEN to Everyone to Use.
Everyone pays the same Cost of Supplies
FREE room use if USD 428 related.
$5.00 per hour pro-rated Room Fee 
for non-USD 428 & personal use
Idea Gathering & Shopping are FREE
If we carry it, please use our supplies, 
if w
e don't, you are welcome to bring it in.

 

PTRC is...
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» BENEFIT for Teachers and Staff
» RESOURCE for Children and Parents
» SERVICE for Everyone in Barton & other Counties
» AVAILABLE for Businesses, Churches, Day Cares,
          
Clubs, Organizations, and Personal Projects
» HANDICAPPED Accessible
» STAFFED full-time for assistance & ideas
» EQUIPPED with large tables & good lighting
» STOCKED with scissors, glue sticks, & other tools
» FRIENDLY environment for you to be yourself

History
   Celebrating our 20th Anniversary – 2017   
The Parent Teacher Resource Center opened its doors in January 1997. It was patterned after the Resource Center in Wichita, KS.
Original funding for the PTRC was from a special grant through the Migrant Education Program. Our main emphasis is to get parents from the Migrant and Title I education programs into the center to make learning aids for their children.
PTRC was originally located south of the Post Office in what is now the Life Giving Center of Extreme Hope Christian Fellowship. PTRC then moved to the east side of Washington School and then into the library of Morrison School. PTRC then returned to Washington School on the west side in the old gymnasium for 7 years.
Summer of 2011, PTRC has a beautiful new home in the southwest corner of Washington School (the old Kindergarten) in rooms updated for our customers’ needs.
PTRC strives to enhance student growth through support and assistance to parents and students.

 

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