Senior Seminar Collects 77 Gowns to Help with Local School’s Prom
May 28, 2008
Sr. Ann Infanger’s spring 2008 Senior Integrative Seminar helped create a fun and festive prom experience for students attending the Clelian Heights School for Exceptional Children. The Seton Hill seminar students coordinated a prom gown collection drive (which resulted in 77 dresses being donated to Clelian Heights), helped decorate Clelian Heights’ gym, and, along with Sr. Ann, assisted with serving the formal dinner.
Clelian Heights is a licensed, private, non-profit, educational, residential and vocational facility for children and adults with developmental disabilities. It is owned and operated by the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, a community of religious women working primarily in the field of education.
The Senior Integrative Seminar at Seton Hill is a capstone seminar that provides students an opportunity to examine personal values in relationship to society. Students in every senior seminar develop and participate in a socially responsible action project.