Pie Shoppe Fundraiser

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate the holiday than with a delicious, yummy, freshly baked pie from The Pie Shoppe!

Oct 10-23, we will be selling fruit and meringue pies and pumpkin rolls from the Pie Shoppe to raise money for art supplies and miscellaneous items for our Center. The Pie Shoppe is a well known local bakery that has been around for over 30 years!   9-inch pies and pumpkin rolls are $9.75 each, and the fruit pies can and pumpkin rolls be frozen.  Click Here for Order Form

  • Orders and money are due no later than Monday, October 23.  Please make out one check to the Franciscan Child Day Care Center (FCDCC).
  • The baked goods will be delivered on Tuesday, November 14.

Whitehall Borough Passes Resolution 948

Franciscan Child Day Care Center Director Sandy Merlo and Board President Sister Janet receive a copy of resolution 948 from Mayor Jim Nowalk and Whitehall Borough Council President Kathy N. DePuy.

Franciscan Child Day Care Center Director Sandy Merlo and Board President Sister Janet receive a copy of resolution 948 from Mayor Jim Nowalk and Whitehall Borough Council President Kathy N. DePuy.

On September 6, 2017, the Whitehall Borough Council passed a beautifully written resolution recognizing the Franciscan Child Day Care Center for 35 years of service to families in the area.

Thank you, Mayor Jim Nowalk and Whitehall Borough Council for this honor.  We look forward to continuing to grow with Whitehall Borough, serve our neighbors and help shape the next generation of citizens.


 

 

Resolution 948

Resolution 948

New School Year

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The Franciscan Child Day Care Center would like to extend a warm welcome to our new families, as well as all our returning families who have chosen to continue to grow with us into the 2017-2018 school year. 

As our children adjust to new classrooms and experiences, please know that our goal is to partner with parents to provide the best care to each individual child.  Please let your child's caregiver know if you have any questions, needs or concerns concerns. 

New this year, the Center is transitioning into the HiMama program.  Presently, our staff is training and learning this new technology.  Before we officially launch the program, each family will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to participate in this program allows parents to receive e-mail updates, access their child's records, and communicate with caregivers.  If you have any questions or concerns about the HiMama program or your experience at the Center, please e-mail Mrs. Merlo at smerlo@osfprov.org.  You are also welcome to contact the Center's Board President, Sister Janet Gardner at sjgardner@osfprov.org. 

Construction on Campus: Reminder

Reminder:  The  entrance off of McRoberts is one way (entrance only), and the road up the hill is closed due to construction on the former motherhouse site. Please exit via Chesna Drive.  

As construction continues on the neighboring properties, please use extra caution when driving on campus - as there will be construction vehicles, workers and other related activity.  Mrs. Merlo, Sister Janet and Mr. Dave (Maintenance Director for the Sisters' of St. Francis) are continuing to monitor the situation, and we will keep our families and caregivers updated on any future developments.  

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.