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Full and half day preschool programs 

with after-school care included until 5:30 PM

Our Seton Preschool program can accommodate students who are fully toilet trained starting at age 3.

Our 4/5 preschool program offers half-day and full-day options to fit your family's schedule and budget. 

Half Day & Full Day Programs:

Half-day preschool programs are offered for any preschool student aged 3-5 enrolling at Seton.

Half-day preschool program for 3 yo students hours:

Tuesday & Thursday - 7:30 AM - 12:30 AM

Half-day students do not eat lunch or nap while in attendance. Snack provided. 

Half-day students will attend any special classes scheduled while they are here including art, gym, library & and music with our K-8 teaching staff. 

Half-day preschool program for 4-5 yo students hours:

Tuesday & Thursday - 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Monday through Friday - 7:30 AM -12:30 PM

Half-day students do not eat lunch or nap while in attendance. Snack provided. 

Half-day students will attend any special classes scheduled while they are here including art, gym, library & and music with our K-8 teaching staff. 

Full-day preschool programs are offered for any preschool student aged 4-5 enrolling at Seton.

Full-day preschool program for 4-5 yo students hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Monday through Friday - 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Full-day students eat their packed lunch and nap while in attendance. Snack provided. 

Full-day students will attend all of our special classes while they are here including art, gym, library & and music with our

K-8 teaching staff. 

Preschool Curriculum

The Seton preschool program follows the Pennsylvania Early Learning Standards which is a play-based curriculum that has students learning while they play. 

Seton Preschool Students:

  • Attend special classes with PA-certified teaching staff

  • Play indoors and outside on our playground

  • Follow a daily schedule within their classroom 

  • Participate and perform in our annual Christmas concert 

  • Have families attend all of our K-8 events and traditions

  • Go on field trips

  • Learn to love, respect, honor one another and how to serve God

  • Are cared for daily by our certified teaching staff and classroom aides 

  • Are offered openings in our kindergarten classrooms before families that are not currently enrolled if class size limitations prevent additional enrollment

Schedule a tour and meet our staff!

Call 814-336-2320

or

Email kdavis@seton-school.com 

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Preschool Supply List

 

Every Preschool student needs to bring a backpack big enough to carry projects home in and a complete change of clothes as accidents and messy projects happen often.

 

All day preschool students may bring a blanket, pillow and small stuffed animal for rest time.

 

Preschool families choose 2-3 of the following items to bring in for the classroom:

 

Tissues

Paper towels

Baby wipes

Napkins

5 oz. cups

Straws

Plastic Spoons

Copy paper (1 ream per family)

Eagles Nest 
After-school care

Seton provides after school care, known as the Eagles’ Nest, for Seton Catholic School students in preschool through grade 8. Seton teachers staff the Eagles’ Nest, providing a snack, opportunities for physical activity, games, and homework help. The Eagles’ Nest operates every school day, Monday through Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The cost is $8 per day per child. Seton preschool student tuition includes the cost of Eagles Nest. 

Billing for Eagles’ Nest care is sent to parents at the end of each month.

 

Car rider students who are not picked up by 3:10 p.m. go to the Eagles’ Nest and the above daily fee is charged.

 

There is no Eagles’ Nest on early dismissal days and some other days that are announced each school year. 

Students arrive immediately from the classroom to the gym until all scheduled students have arrived.

When students are accounted for, the group then moves to the lunchroom where attendance is taken and recorded by one of the two teachers on duty.

 

The second teacher would be placing the parents sign as to the location of the group and the doorbell on the lower-level door by the gym for access to pick up their child when they have arrived. 

When the weather permits, Eagles Nest is often held on the Seton playground. A note is placed on the gym door by the doorbell letting parents know when Eagles Nest pickup is located on the Seton playground. 

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