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First Presbyterian Church

Po Box 1038
Greensburg, PA 15601-5038

(724) 832-0150


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Overall Rating

Parents at this school, on average, believe that conflicts between children:

Are mostly handled in a competent way, though there have been a few exceptions that from time to time have made me worried about the safety of my child

Discipline, Health, Safety: From the Parents

1 Comment


Parent Ratings

  • Overall Rating
  • Temperature and overall air circulation is comfortable
  • Healthy and nutritious snacks are provided
  • Toys and furniture are cleaned regularly


Parent Ratings

  • Overall Rating
  • Screen and identify all visitors
  • Parents may not bring sick children to school where they may infect others

Features & Staff

School Features

Extended day


Parent Ratings

  • Overall Rating
  • Building, bathrooms, hallway
  • Classroom equipment and furniture

Facilities Includes:

Playgrounds More

More Information

  • Slides
  • Swings
  • Playhouses
  • Large construction blocks/climbing structures
  • Tricycles
  • Wagons
  • Climbing structures
  • No playground


General School Comments: From the Parents

1 Comment

  • Leanne Leonard

    One teacher with one parent helper is not enough support in a 3 year old class. Teacher can not attend to children as needed or take the time to redirect children in a helpful manner. My child also did not learn anything new. Teacher also walks out during pick up to parents and tells them if their child had a 'bad' day in front of everyone. Offers no solutions and is not proactive about doing things different to reinforce children differently. Frustrating as a parent trying to talk about what is going on in room and have teacher respond only with 'we need to work on our listening skills'. The classroom is chaotic with a parent performing the role as aide. Disheartening to see children redirected for misbehavior that they didn't do because the teacher has too many kids. Solution was to reprimand the children who she thought it would be rather than child who was misbehaving.

    over a year ago