For more information, contact your elementary school to locate a Watertown unit.Return to Family Resource Directory
For classes contact Denise at the Beacon Center
This 6 week program offers parents of 3 - 17 year olds an opportunity to enhance their parenting skills. Classes are held at the Beacon Center. These classes are free of charge and no referral is needed.Return to Family Resource Directory
Understanding Me Up to Age Three is a series of 4 weekly classes for parents of children ages birth to three years and is offered quarterly in Watertown.Return to Family Resource Directory
Three hours of training one evening each week for 12 weeks, this interactive program focuses on educating citizens about the police department's mission, function, practices, and processes. The Citizens' Police Academy brings the police and the community close together in a setting that offers a sample of police training to each participant.Return to Family Resource Directory
1000 3rd Ave NE, PO Box 833
This program is designed to impose consequences upon youth who violate the law, while at the same time allowing them to avoid the stigma, pressure and anxiety of formal prosecution. This program relies on adults and student volunteers in order to operate.Return to Family Resource Directory
1101 S Marion Rd (District Office)
Sioux Falls, SD 57106
Girl Scouts is a volunteer run organization. Girls participate in troop meetings and citywide events. Contact your school to help locate a Watertown troop.Return to Family Resource Directory
(families with 10 - 14 year olds)
This 7 week program helps parents learn nurturing skills that support their children; effectively discipline and guide their youth. Teaches youth skills for dealing with stress and peer pressure and to respect their parents. Fall and Spring sessions. Meal is provided.Return to Family Resource Directory
Watertown Police Dept.
This is an interactive program that focuses on education young people about the police department's mission, function, and processes. It bring officers and youth close together in a setting that offer a sample of police training to each participant. Provides hand-on activities, along with classroom instruction. Includes a behind-the-sences tour of the department. There are no cost to attend. It is help in the afternoon for a week during the first week of June. Application are available at the Police Department.Return to Family Resource Directory
128 N Maple St
Dedicated groups of young adults (14 - 20) who have an interest in pursuing a law enforcement career. These young adults become involved in many department activities and assist our officeers in many different aspects of their job, icluding but not limited to, fingerprinting, ride-a-longs, and traffic control.