Kindergarten

Adopt-A-Kindergarten

Through the 'Adopt-a-Kindergarten' program, kindergartners are introduced to various professional technology fields. Members of the Thaddeus Stevens' faculty and staff visit the kindergarten class at their elementary schools four times during the school year for one hour to showcase examples of technology that are used in related careers. Students learn about the profession and participate in hand-on-demonstrations.

 

The students then visit Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and see the faculty and staff working in their own setting. At the end of the program, a graduation is held for the kindergartner with family and friends in attendance.

Current schools that are currently enrolled in Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology's Adopt-A-Kindergarten Program:

Lafayette Elementary Washington Elementary Ross Elementary
Burrowes Elementary Wharton Elementary  Carter And Macrae Elementary 
Burrowes Elementary

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and Burrowes Elementary School will have 52 Kindergartners through the Adopt-A-Kindergarten Program.

June 1, 2018 Graduation Photos  

Carter & MacRae elementary

June 7, 2018 Graduation Photos

Lafayette Elementary

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and Lafayette Elementary School graduated 80 Kindergartners through the Adopt-A-Kindergarten Program.

May 22, 2018 Graduation Photos 

Ross Elementary

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and Ross Elementary School will have 52 Kindergartners through the Adopt-A-Kindergarten Program.

June 5, 2018 Graduation Photos

Washington Elementary

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and Washington Elementary School graduated 106 Kindergartners through the Adopt-A-Kindergarten Program.

May 25, 2018 Graduation Photos 

Wharton Elementary  

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology and Wharton Elementary School will have 72 Kindergartners through the Adopt-A-Kindergarten Program.

May 30, 2018 Graduation Photos


The following companies supported the Thaddeus Stevens Adopt -A -Kindergarten Program through the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program during the 2017-2018 school year. We thank you for your support.

  Burrowes Carter & MacRae  Lafayette George Ross Washington Wharton
Sponsors PPL Utilities Waste Management Co. UGI Utilities DH Funk & Sons High Industries Rodgers & Associates
  First Citizens Bank Avalon Insurance Co.   Huston Foundation    
  Donegal Mutual     BB&T    

Businesses that would like to donate to Thaddeus Stevens College’s K-12 programs through EITC should contact Lori Roscoe, Development Coordinator at or 717-391-6934.