Join Noëlle and Tom Crowe and Rob Corzine for dinner to learn more about the Hilltop Children’s House.
We are hosting a series of dinners for just 6 guests to share information about Hilltop Children’s House, a new non-profit in Steubenville dedicated to helping the children of the hilltop neighborhoods of Labelle and Pleasant Heights.
Hilltop Children’s House will provide Montessori programs for early childhood, ages 3-6, and all three levels of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, ages 3-12. Montessori, being all about helping the child to learn and develop through self-motivated experience, as opposed to classroom instruction, helps children learn to focus, take responsibility, appreciate learning and achievement, and live well in a society.
Montessori programs can be very pricey, but our pricing structure includes a sliding scale to reduce the cost to lower-income families.
Through the help and partnership of many people we will be able to provide this “foundation for life” to many, many children on the hilltops and thereby help improve the future of our community.
If you’d like to know more and to see how you can help, join us for this or another Dinner with Six Friends.