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On Friday, September 13th Seton Hill Child Services, Inc. participated in the United Way Day of Caring. We were lucky to have a great group of volunteers from Excela Health come spruce up our outdoor space at our Greensburg center. They thoroughly cleaned our toddler play area and pulled weeds throughout the property. We are
Thanks to Lowe’s of Latrobe for their donation to our agency for IMIL training. The donated “rhythm sticks” were used for an interactive and enjoyable training and will be used in the classroom. The IMIL program will enhance our curriculum and promote healthier lifestyles through music and movement embedded with health messaging.
On July 21st, Seton Hill Child Services, Inc. proudly took part in this years 23rd Annual ParentWISE Ice Cream Blast. The Staff had a great time at our baseball themed table, playing bean bag toss games with children and discussing our programs with parents. This year we are proud to announce that our Cotton Candy Blizzard
End of the school year Carnival – May 25th The students played seven different games in which they won tickets, and then they placed their tickets in a teachers cup. At the end of the day the teachers pulled tickets out of their cups and the students got to pie that teacher in the face.
Thank you, Senator Kim Ward for taking time to visit our Greensburg Center! Senator Kim Ward spent time at the Greensburg Center meeting with staff and our amazing children. Senator Ward brought a book with her and took time to sit with the children to read it. The children had a wonderful time listening to
Seton Hill Child Services, Inc. is proudly celebrating National Autism Awareness Month, which represents an opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year. Our centers will have crafts, activities, and information/resources for families during the month of April. For more information