“Momfessions”

They say that confession is good for the soul. So these are my "momfessions." You know, the deep dark secrets of parenthood that nobody likes to talk about. All of you other parents out there can read them. Perhaps you will find comfort in my quirkiness. Or maybe you will have something in common with me, and realize that the strange little thought rolling around in your mind isn't so strange after all. Or maybe you will just get a little chuckle.

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Changes coming to PIC’s Adult Education Classes

The one true maxim in education is that the profession is always changing. With change come challenges but also the opportunity for great accomplishment. As K-12 educators prepare for the implementation of the Common Core Standards, Adult Education is being introduced to a portion of the standards that the Federal Department of Education thinks are most beneficial to Adult Education learners. This set of standards is known as the College and Career Readiness Standards, or CCRS. The CCRS is going to have a great amount of influence on all Adult Education programs across the nation.

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PIC Names Three New Supervisors

The Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. (PIC), is pleased to announce recent promotions and a new hire to supervisory positions within the organization.

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PIC E-Newsletter Issue 2.3

It has been an exciting summer here at PIC with the hustle and bustle of special summer programming for youth and families! We covered everything from poetry to STEM and career exploration. And we can’t believe how quickly the summer flew by!

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PIC E-Newsletter Issue 2.3

Greetings!

 

It has been an exciting summer here at PIC with the hustle and bustle of special summer programming for youth and families! We covered everything from poetry to STEM and career exploration. And we can’t believe how quickly the summer flew by!

 

Now as we approach fall, our preschool and afterschool programs are starting their new school years. We wish students of all ages a wonderful year!

 

We are pleased to bring you this edition of the e-newsletter!

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