CHS also has a childcare program, so parents can attend classes and support groups. The program is small, Oill said, but he hopes to see it grow as CHS gets more funding.
Oill said CHS has really grown over the last three years. Over the last three years and has started to work even more with families and the school district.
"I want school districts to feel like they're not always happy about dealing with the FSS (family support services) program but they respect it and it's done well. If they can walk away saying that we're fair, that we're reasonable, then that's a good day's work," Oill said.""