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)
Bullying Prevention Webinar Series
The Center for Safe Schools offers a webinar series for educators and parents every third Thursday from 3 to 4:15 p.m. The next topic will be Cultivating Empathy for Healthy Relationships and Collaborative Classrooms on March 19. Click here for more information.
Train to become a substitute teacher
If you have a bachelor's degree, consider applying to be a guest teacher. Free training sessions for the Central Susquehanna Regional Guest Teacher Program begin in April.
Programs highlighted on PAIU website
CSIU is featured on the PAIU website, along with other intermediate units, and recognized for
our unique contributions to service in education. Visit www.paiu.org
and click on "Spotlight on Intermediate Units at Work" to read more.
CSIU to host regional computer fairs
Registration is open for the 2015 regional high school and middle school computer fairs.
Click here for more information.
Grants available for schools and educators
In conjunction with Brain Awareness Week,
schools can apply for grants to receive licenses for BrainWare Safari. (read more)
Guest reader visits Milton Children's Center
A guest reader shared a story with a special lesson
at the Milton
Click here to read more.
A commitment to education
A group of adult education students and volunteers were honored for their success, perseverance and commitment to education. (read more)
Preschool children receive handmade gifts
The classroom at the
Milton Children's Center was filled with excitement when representatives
from a local woman’s club delivered handmade gifts. Click here to read more.
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)
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)