LPN Center one of Top 5 in state  
The Central Susquehanna LPN Career Center was named one of the Top 5 of LPN Programs in Pennsylvania. Recognized for its quality, affordability, convenience, satisfaction and value, the LPN Career Center is administered by the CSIU in Lewisburg. Read more

Celebrating employees for service and dedication  
As part of its staff recognition program, the CSIU annually celebrates the achievements of staff who are nominated by their peers for achievement, service and innovation. Read more

Kimberly DelboCSIU instructor tapped by national organization
A nursing instructor with a CSIU program was selected as a volunteer item writer for a national organization.
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Terri Locke, David Millard meet to discuss Early Intervention

A focus on Early Intervention services
CSIU Early Intervention Program Supervisor Terri Locke met with local legislators as part of a statewide advocacy effort to educate them about EI. Special thanks to Reps. Lynda Culver, Kurt Masser and David Millard (pictured) for taking time during a busy legislative session to better understand the program. Read more

 CNA Apprenticeship available statewide
An apprenticeship that was previously offered to certified nursing assistants (CNAs) in Central Pennsylvania is now available to CNAs in health care facilities across the state. Susque-View Home, Inc. in Lock Haven is nearing the successful... Read more

CSIU robot double roboticsCSIU initiative featured in magazine
An initiative that CSIU staff began over a year ago was featured in the October 2015 issue of Techniques magazine. The telepresence robots, first used with children who were ill and unable to be physically present in school, are gaining in popularity. Click here

 Celebrating communication
A recent event at the CSIU featured activities, entertainment and games that addressed all levels of communication ability. (read more)

Preparing students for life after high school
An annual conference was held last month to provide resources
as students prepare for the transition to life after high school.
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to read more.

 Future nurses host Wellness Fair
Seventy practical nursing students in Lewisburg promoted health and wellness to their peers and members of the community at a recent event. (read more)

 Students build and display K'Nex structures
More than 50 teams of students in grades 4-8 from schools within the CSIU’s five-county region participated in the 2015 K’Nex STEM Challenge. Click here to read more. 

Early childhood education programs
Three programs in Northumberland County are gearing up for another school year. Click here for more information. 

Afterschool students learn engineering skills
Nearly 150 students put their STEM skills to the test by constructing vehicles, bridges and robots after school
hours. (read more)

Students compete in regional computer fairs
More than 70 students from seven school districts showcased computer knowledge and application skills at the Pennsylvania Regional Middle School and High School Computer Fairs.
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Children honor Dr. Seuss
Caregivers at Janet Weis Children's Hospital showed a side of themselves their patients hadn't seen before as they donned red-and-white striped hats for Read Across America. (read more)

 Children celebrate Read Across America
The Cat in the Hat made an appearance in Milton to celebrate
Dr. Seuss and his birthday during Read Across America.
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 Regional STEM competition
Teams of high school students presented devices and ideas on how to improve the quality of life for citizens of Pennsylvania during the Governor’s PA STEM Competition. (read more)

 Train to become a substitute teacher
If you
have a bachelor's degree, consider applying to be a guest teacher. Learn more about the Central Susquehanna Regional Guest Teacher Program.

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)


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