What’s Happening at Marshall Pre-K

IMPORTANCE OF PREVENTATIVE CARE

IMPORTANCE OF PREVENTATIVE CARE

 Preventative Care is the care you receive to prevent illnesses or diseases, and includes counseling to prevent health problems. The Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. would like to encourage preventative care because it is important that our...

PA CareerLink® Locations to celebrate Workforce Investment Month

PA CareerLink® Locations to celebrate Workforce Investment Month

In the month of September, some very exciting events are happening at the PA CareerLink® Westmoreland County in Youngwood! We, along with the PA CareerLink Alle-Kiski® and PA CareerLink® Fayette County will be holding a Workforce Investment Days to celebrate Workforce...

PIC proudly announces PreK Counts expansion funding award

PIC proudly announces PreK Counts expansion funding award

The Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. (PIC) is proud to announce that they have received expansion funding in the amount of $640,000 for 64 slots in the Pre-K Counts Program. 16 slots make up a classroom and these have been added in the following...

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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...

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Marshall Pre-K became part of PIC’s PA Pre-K Counts family in 2017.  Marshall Pre-K is located in Marshall Elementary, Laurel Highlands School District, Uniontown, Fayette County.  Last year, a second Pre-K classroom was added at this location due to its popularity.

Our new school year started on August 29 and students are quickly learning all about our school. Marshall Elementary is lead by an incredible principal, Dr. Jessica Scott.  She and staff always plan fun filled activities to take place throughout the school year.

On Friday, September 9th, Pre-K celebrated Grandparents Day along with the school.  During our outside playtime, grandparents that registered for the event, visited our class.  They were able to partake in our gross motor activities, plus socialize with other families.  The children loved it as well as the grandparents.

Please enjoy the pictures from Grandparent Day.