Beaver Falls Head Start/Early Head Start Hosts Trunk or Treat Event

Students Explore Engineering Skills Through Tower Building

Students Explore Engineering Skills Through Tower Building

3rd - 5th grade students from Monessen Elementary recently explored how different towers around the world were built during the Private Industry Council’s After-School Program! They also learned about different professionals in the engineering industry such as...

PA CAREERLINK® SERVICES WORKING TOGETHER FOR SUCCESS

PA CAREERLINK® SERVICES WORKING TOGETHER FOR SUCCESS

In June 2023, Jennifer found herself unemployed from her General Manager position. She had to apply for Unemployment Compensation for the first time in 13 years. She was selected for the Re-Employment Services and Eligibility Assessments (RESEA) Program, a mandatory...

Springfield Pre-K’s Spring Adventures

Springfield Pre-K’s Spring Adventures

Spring started out with guessing whether the groundhog would see his shadow or not. We encouraged the children to vote on whether or not we were going to have six more weeks of winter and created a graph to display our data! Those who said we were going to have an...

Latest podcast

Listen to the “PIC Podcasts”

Listen to the “PIC Podcasts”

Head Start / Early Head Start FAQs The Private Industry Council discusses frequently asked questions for Head Start and Early Head Start students. Private Industry Council operates the Head Start / Early Head Start program for Beaver and Fayette Counties in the...

read more

As Halloween creeps near in Beaver County, Trunk or Treats are popping up around the county to bring each community together.  On Saturday 10/28, part of our Beaver County Child, Health, and Safety Team participated in the Trunk or Treat event in Beaver Falls, hosted by the Local Interagency Coordinating Council (LICC).

Head Start/Early Head Start was met by around 20 other agencies and individuals to bring Halloween spirit to the Beaver Falls community.  Each participant had their own themed vehicle, ours being an M&M-theme.  Our team wore colored, embossed shirts that matched the M&M characters and the decorations of our trunk.

We estimate that approximately 150 families came through – at least 5 of them being involved in our program, and many others who had been a part of our program years ago.  This event was a great opportunity for families within the community who are already receiving services to network with one another, as well as provide new families with information about resources in the county.

Translate »