Enhancing the skills of nursing assistants
assistants (CNAs) working throughout Pennsylvania can earn advanced and
specialty certifications through the state’s first registered CNA
apprenticeship program. (read more)
Event promotes early literacy
Forty parents and guests of CSIU early childhood education programs promoted early and family literacy by planing Book Bingo. Click here to read more.
LPN Career Center announces December graduates
Fourteen individuals graduated from the Central
Susquehanna LPN Career Center's 24-month, part-time program. (read more)
Students host holiday feast
Last month, the library
at the Milton Area Middle School was “stuffed" with turkey, mashed
potatoes, gravy and desserts as two classrooms celebrated Thanksgiving. Click here to read more.
Campaign for Fair Education Funding Formula
A campaign is underway
to galvanize support in every corner of the state for a fair,
predictable basic education funding formula.
Five major education leadership organizations launched the campaign via
two-way video, with nearly 1,000 school administrators, board members,
educators and other business and community groups attending broadcasts
at one of 29 intermediate unit (IU) locations. (Read more)
Students 'treat' visitors to positive message
A group of
superheroes exhibited kindness, positivity, change and creativity to hundreds
of trick or treaters at an event at a hotel in Lewisburg. (read more)
English language students visit nature preserve
A group of adult
English language learners and their families visited a local nature
sanctuary to learn more about the community.
Click here to read more.
Building pathways to a brighter future
In August, community
leaders and political representatives gathered to learn about how an
innovative federal grant program is helping individuals
earn self-sustaining wages. (read more)
Free books help reduce the 'summer slide'
In an effort to curb
summer learning loss, boost reading and improve English language skills,
K-5 students in the CSIU's
Northeast Migrant Education Program summer camps received free
children’s books. Click here to read more.
Preschool students maintain skills over the summer
This fall, a group of preschool
children in Northumberland County will return to the classroom with a
"head start," as they have continued learning all summer long. (read more)
CSIU has partnered with BrainWare SAFARI, the leading cognitive skills development software program in education, to offer savings on software licenses for member school districts. Click here for more information.
Keyguards made by students, for students
Created by students with special needs who attend the CSIU's Work Foundations+ facility, these keyguards are manufactured using tools and machinery typically found in an industrial arts program. (read more)