Milton program celebrates Read Across America
The Family Literacy class at the CSIU's Adult and Family Learning Center in Milton joined students and schools across the U.S. to celebrate Read Across America. (read more)
CSIU early childhood education programs accepting applications
Applications for enrollment in high-quality early childhood education programs in Northumberland County are now being accepted. Click here to read more.
Volunteer tutors recognized for service
A group of volunteer
tutors with the CSIU adult education programs recently were recognized for their service to the
community at a banquet. Click here to read more.
Local club surprises preschool children
The classroom at the
Milton Children's Center bustled with excitement and anticipation when
members from a local women’s club dropped in bearing presents. (read more)
Family members win books as bingo prizes
Last month, more than 50 parents and guests of CSIU early childhood
education programs played bingo and chose children's books as prizes. Click here to read more.
Adult Education students celebrate graduation
Six adult education students at the Union
County Day Reporting Center in Lewisburg celebrated their graduation
from the CSIU’s adult education program. Click here to read more.
2014 Computer Fairs
It is never too early for students in grades 6-12 to begin planning their projects for the upcoming Regional Computer Fair.
A superintendent and three math teachers joined two CSIU staff on Pearson’s monthly webinar to discuss the region’s Flipped Learning initiative as it applies to the math classroom. The webinar is archived here.
New CSIU program holds Open House
An Open House was held for the CSIU's new maternity group home, Pinnacle Place. Located in Coal Township, Pinnacle Place is available to pregnant or parenting women ages 18-21 (and their child) who are homeless. Click here for more information.
Program gives students a 'head start'
While students in
Northumberland County were returning to school last month after summer
break, a group of children in the county learned in a
classroom all summer long. Click here to read the story.
Click here for information on the U.S. Department of Education's approval of Pennsylvania's No Child Left Behind Act waiver and the new school accountability system.
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)