Center in Greensburg, PA 15601
535 Taylor St
Greensburg, PA 15601
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CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS: Child development programs are offered to over 450 children ages six weeks through 12 years old. Service options include full day or part day center-based care with flexible scheduling to meet the needs of families. Kindergarten and school-age children can participate in before-school and after-school programs during the school year and full day programs during the summer.
HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START: These programs are offered to families who meet specific eligibility requirements. Children ages birth to five years old receive extended day or full day center-based services and the families receive individualized support services. Families who are receiving public assistance services through Foster Care TANF or SSI programs are automatically eligible even if the familys income exceeds the guidelines.
PRE-K COUNTS: This program is offered at the Greensburg Jeannette and Mt. Pleasant facilities. Children ages three to five are eligible as long as they are residents of Westmoreland County. Pre-K Counts operates 8:00 am – 2:00 pm in all three centers.
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Seton Hill Child Services exists as a support service to families with young children in Westmoreland County. We believe that the family is the foundation of a healthy happy society. Parents are and should always remain the primary caregivers and educators of their children. Families with a single parent who must work are strengthened when the parent has the freedom and opportunity to become employed or to take up training which will lead to future employment. Families in which parents choose to work in order to maintain marketable skills maintain a desired level of economic security or fulfill personal goals are similarly strengthened by parents having the opportunity to work.
A quality group experience in a loving accepting environment enhances the development of most children emotionally socially cognitively and physically. The bond between child and parent is often strengthened by the presence of a secondary caregiver. Time the working parent can spend with the child when treated as quality time is sufficient to satisfy the nurturing needs most children require of their parents. Health safety nutrition self help skills education parent involvement and the availability of social services are all essential aspects of a quality childcare program.