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Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #224

April 15, 2015

In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are pleased to feature Kelcey Summers, a toddler teacher at our Lancaster location.IMG_5197

Kelcey is a valued member of the doodle team who consistently demonstrates her commitment to building a community of happy children, happy parents, and happy teachers.

Center Director Maria Thompson notes:

Not only is Kelcey opening our center each day, she has recently taken on her first mentoring relationship and is still consistently running a successful, fun toddler room.  Kelcey’s rapport with our doodle families is very strong and often times parents will seek me out to tell me how much they appreciate her and all she does for her children.  Kelcey is also a member of our center’s Sunshine Committee.  Kelcey truly CAREs and deserves to be recognized for her hard work.  We appreciate all she does!

Many thanks, Kelcey, for your positive attitude and ongoing contributions to the doodle team!

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Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #223

March 31, 2015

In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are pleased to feature Laura Walzer, McCandless Center Director.  Since Laura joined the doodle team in August, faculty and families alike have appreciated her positive attitude and genuine commitment to building a community of happy children, happy parents, and happy teachers.Laura Walzer, Team Tuesday

After hearing from several families who complimented Laura’s leadership, Emma Hartman and Leah Sharlow submitted an “official” nomination to the main office, noting:

“Laura has really turned this center around…we’ve come a really long way and it’s all because of her hard work and dedication.”

Many thanks, Laura, for leading by example in every thing that you “doodle do” — the McCandless community is truly a better place because you CARE.

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Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #222

March 18, 2015

In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are pleased to recognize Kelly Tweedie, one of our outstanding Doodle Dance & Fitness instructors.

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Molly White, Clarence center director shares:

“When Kelly is in our building, she brings a positive vibe and energy that is contagious throughout the center.  Her Doodle Dance classes are always filled with fun and interactive activities that leave the children and teachers smiling!

Kelly also plays a major role in keeping the center beautiful with creative displays and decorations for center events.  She is always going above and beyond and is the first to ask “what can I do for you?” – it’s truly a pleasure to have her on our team.”

Many thanks, Kelly, for your enthusiasm and your willingness to share your talents. The doodle community is a better place because you CARE.

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Team Tuesday: Issue #221

March 3, 2015

In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are pleased to announce the March 2015 Employee of the Month, Kaitlyn Jensen. Kaitlyn is a valued member of the Lake Worth team.EOTM_03.15

Whether she is greeting families at the front desk, or lending a helping hand in the classrooms, Kaitlyn always goes the extra mile to make everyone feel welcome and “at home” in our new Florida center. Coworkers greatly appreciate Kaitlyn’s genuine kindness and interest in helping others, noting that every interaction with her is positive and thoughtful: “she brings a warm smile to so many faces!”

Thank you, Kaitlyn, for consistently going above and beyond in your efforts to build a community of happy children, happy parents, and happy teachers. The doodle community is a better place because you CARE.

 

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Team Tuesday: Issue #220

February 24, 2015

TT_02.24.15In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are pleased to feature Brian Cohen, a valued member of the McCandless team.

As an assistant teacher, Brian works in several different classrooms, making a positive impact on multiple children and their families. McCandless center director, Laura Walzer, happily shares:

“I have had parents from each of these classrooms take the time to e-mail me or call me to talk about how wonderful Brian is. I am truly impressed with Mr. Brian and the connections he has made (and can make) with children of all ages.”

With thoughtful communication skills and a can-do attitude, Brian is clearly committed to building a community of  happy children, happy parents, and happy teachers. Thank you, Brian, for demonstrating that you truly CARE.

 

Team Tuesday: Issue #219

February 10, 2015

lanaIn today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are pleased to feature Lana Gelin, a talented infant team member at the Webster center. Families instantly feel “at home” in Lana’s classroom and greatly appreciate her kind, thoughtful interactions with children and adults alike. Lana clearly views parents as partners in their baby’s care and prioritizes open communication with families.

Recently, a parent shared these kind words, which beautifully sum up the “doodle experience” with Lana:

I hope she knows she is an amazing caretaker and I appreciate everything she does not only for (my baby), but in her communications with me. I told her but I really mean it…Lana exceeds my expectations daily.

I really think Lana is amazing and you and your staff go above and beyond for us. We appreciate you all so much.

Center Director, Liz Vandetti, was quick to point out that the center “receives feedback like this about Lana all the time!”

Thank you, Lana, for being such an asset to the Webster team. The doodle community is truly a better place because you CARE.

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Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #218

January 6, 2015

Meagan SewardFor this week’s edition of Team Tuesday, we would like to highlight Meagan Seward, director assistant at our Lancaster location.

We recently received a phone call and email from a Lancaster parent who wanted to specifically recognize Meagan for her outstanding work. Here is her testimonial:

To follow up from our phone call today, on behalf of myself, and several other parents whose children attend the Doodle Dugs at the Lancaster/Depew location, I would like to recognize the outstanding work of Megan, interim director.  The word used by parents to describe her is “genuine.”  She is so kind and giving to the parents and the children.  Miraculously, Megan knows the details of each child and at any time can tell you a funny or interesting story or tidbit about your child and his/her development.  As a parent, this means so much to think that someone other than ourselves is interested in our child and genuinely cares about their day and their progress – especially from the director of the program.

Megan is also extremely professional.  She is a fantastic interim director.  She is responsive and helpful.  She seems to always be working and available. She is visible at the front of the building when you enter to greet the parent and child.  If she is not near the front of the building (and even if she is) she usually is working with a teacher or holding/speaking with a child.  She can also be seen in the classroom helping.  Megan seems never afraid to roll up her sleeves and help others.  Also, it appears that she is well liked and respected by the staff. 

We have had three children attend the Doodle Bugs program (with another on the way) – and as far as directors are concerned – we have been most impressed by Megan and hope that she is always at our location!  Please find some way to recognize and reward Megan for her achievements.

Thank you,

Jennifer Beckage

Thank you, Meagan! The doodle community is a better place because you CARE!

 

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