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Be sure to check back regularly to get our latest news updates.

A Dauphin County nonprofit will be holding a free Easter giveaway on Thursday in Harrisburg.

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Poetry is a cultural art form that combines both the beauty of literature and an artistic sense of musicality. Here are a few ways to get involved this National Poetry Month.

In an effort to give our students continued opportunities to learn from home, we've come up with a schedule of classes for the week of Monday, April 6th. Attached you will find the full schedule with descriptions of content. This schedule will repeat each week until the end of the school year. A packet with all needed learning materials for these sessions as well as detailed directions will be mailed out today, Saturday, April 4th. If for some reason you don't receive your packet in time, or your child is unable to complete the course material before the zoom sessions, no worries-all students are welcome to participate regardless of material completion.

Despite the Coronavirus, Trinity Preschool continues to serve students and families.

The PA Early Ed News is a project of the PA Office of Child Development and Early Learning, and the PA Departments of Education and Human Services to inform early learning professionals, the early childhood community, policymakers, community leaders and the public on developments in early childhood education and care in Pennsylvania.

Governor Tom Wolf announced the Closure of All Businesses That Are Not Life-
Sustaining on March 19, 2020, and child care is not considered life-sustaining on the
list. Child cares have been asked to remain closed until the Governor lifts the order but
child care is still available for life-sustaining personnel.

Meditation is powerful. If you’re still unsure whether or not the practice is worth trying, check out these top benefits of meditation and consider how they can help improve your life.

When bad things happen, how do we act individually, and how can we come together as a society? How can we be kind in times of darkness?

Trinity Preschool Teachers have put together a number of resources to use over the "break",
starting with educational resources and continuing with information on ways to obtain
food and internet service.

Whether it’s a few hours or a long commitment, volunteering not only supports those around you but positively influences you as well.

Students from Trinity Preschool visited Hershey’s Chocolate World on Friday, March 6. They toured, tasted and learned how chocolate is made and where all the ingredients come from.

Living a full and altruistic life is about more than just doing your best. It’s about sharing your best with others around you and connecting with them through our inherent need to tell stories.

Each year, National Read Across America Day is celebrated on March 2nd, the birthday of Dr. Seuss. This year special volunteers read to the students of Trinity Preschool and enjoyed a breakfast of Green Eggs and Ham (and pancakes, juice and fresh fruit).

On Friday, February 28 students from Trinity Preschool visited Wildwood Park near the campus of the Harrisburg Area Community College. The students enjoyed the countless species of flora and fauna natural to our area and the rambling trails around the lake that abounds with wildlife.

Our words are powerful and should be handled with respect. Because they can impact others, choose yours wisely with these helpful tips.

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How can we be kind in times of darkness? Today we’re going to talk about just that, and how we can continue to live altruistically when facing heart-wrenching times.

Singing with others has numerous health benefits for your body and mind. Here are a few ways to be healthier and happier with music in your life.

For centuries, people have been preaching the benefits of meditation. Keep reading to learn about some of the best advantages you’ll receive from meditation.

The Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Program at the City of Harrisburg – Department of Building and Housing Development offers assistance to low and moderate- income families, as well as Rental Property Owners, in making their homes lead-safe for children.
See the English or Spanish version of the application for eligibility details at https://cityofharrisburg.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/222169348

We're here to tell you all about the benefits reading can bring, besides knowledge and entertainment.

With just a month left of summer, it’s time to take advantage of all it has to offer. Here are some ways to celebrate sunshine season while it's still here.

If you have something or some time to give, consider doing so today. Here’s a list of easy ways you can give something away today.

Farmers markets have so much more to offer than just the sights and smells. The following is a list of just a few reasons you should visit your local farmers market this summer.

Most kids value success and achievement more than caring for others, according to Harvard's Making Caring Common project. Who is to blame? We are.

Are humans born kind?

We both assumed, as parents of young children, that kindness is just something our kids would pick up by osmosis, because we love them. It's a common assumption.

What do math, kindness, and self-regulation have in common? They're ingredients to raising an awesome kid.

Kellie Gillespie is in her early 40s. She lives in London. And until a couple of years ago, she was basically an ordinary person.

Ask Cookie Monster to demonstrate self-control? Sounds like the setup to a joke. The blue, furry monster we grew up with was pure id.

"There was a girl in my class who had on dirty clothes. The other kids laughed at her but I played with her during recess."

Anyone with kids in their life knows what it's like to be surprised by a tough question. It can come at any time, often when you least expect it: at breakfast, at bedtime or from the back seat.

Planning an Independence Day gathering should be about creating community, not a source of stress. We’ve compiled a list of everything you need to throw a party your guests will rave about.

If you're looking for a way to get outside while also improving your whole self, gardening may be the hobby for you.

No matter how old you are, what your musical taste is or whether or not you can read a note, there's never a wrong time to learn how to play an instrument.

Even a small gesture can have a huge influence on the people around you. Here are a few ideas of some easy things you can do to brighten someone's day.

There are ways we can challenge ourselves to grow in empathy. If you want to learn more, check out these tips for how to cultivate more empathy for others.

It can sometimes be difficult to consider how exactly to recognize Black History Month. What can you do? Here are six ideas for honoring Black History Month.

If you strive to live an intentionally altruistic lifestyle, you’ve come to the right place to learn more. Here are seven ideas for random acts of kindness.

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