Parenting Apart: Effective Co-Parenting

Parenting Apart: Effective Co-Parenting. If you are a parent getting a divorce or a never-married parent separating from your child’s other parent, or an extended family member seeking custody of a child, this class is designed for you! The state of Tennessee requires divorcing couples to complete 4-hours, parenting education. Lawyers often recommend, and judges often send other caregivers to our classes. Certificates of Completion are given once the class is completed as proof of attendance.

To Attend:

  • Register and pay fee at the Extension office, or download and complete the brochure registration form and mail it with payment to: UT-TSU Extension, 1331 McArthur Street, Manchester. Fee waiver available with proof of indigency.
  • Class fee: $40 in advance, or $50 day of the class. Card or check preferred. Make checks payable to: UT Extension or University of Tennessee.
  • Couples (plaintiff vs. defendant) are strongly encouraged to attend separate classes.
  • Child care not provided.
  • Group classes are held once a month at the Extension office, located in the Coffee Co. Administrative Plaza.

Co-Parenting Classes

April 23, 2024
May 16, 2024
June 13, 2024

Each class is from 8:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.

PACE: Parent & Consumer Education

The Rock Creek Story Walk

The Rock Creek Story Walk is a fun way for families to walk, talk and read a storybook together, as they stroll along the greenway. The Story Walk is located behind the Coffee County, Lannom Memorial Public Library in Tullahoma. Start at the welcome sign located at the back of the parking lot across from the ballpark. This concreted portion of the greenway makes a 1/3 mile loop. Perfect for strides and strollers. Children receive a reading token each time they spot the mascot dragon on a book page. Simply report the post number to a library staff member.