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August 31, 2021

Meet Quineisha Bosby: September Employee of the Month

We are so happy to recognize Miss Quineisha, Lead VPK Teacher Assistant from our Oviedo, FL location. Miss Quineisha has been with Doodle Bugs! since we opened our doors in Oviedo. She is an amazing teacher who always goes above and beyond for her students, fellow teammates and the center. Parents and children love her Read More »

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July 1, 2021

Meet Sara Perez: July Employee of the Month

  We are absolutely thrilled to recognize Sara Perez, Center Director at our Clarence, NY location. In less than a year,  Sara’s compassion and leadership has transformed the center. Faculty, staff and families continue to rave about the positive impact she has had. Sara is always one step ahead to make sure her team has Read More »

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June 1, 2021

Meet Lexi Fairbrother: June Employee of the Month

Miss Lexi is a tremendous asset to the Henrietta team. As the lead School Age teacher, she effortlessly balances the Bravo! Curriculum with school assignments and lots of opportunities to play. When schools adopted a hybrid model, Miss Lexi rose to the occasion and let her exceptional classroom management skills shine. She facilitated remote learning for Read More »

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April 30, 2021

Meet Jennifer Cozzo: May Employee of the Month

Miss Jennifer is a Lead Toddler Teacher at our Webster, NY location. She tirelessly goes above and beyond and is a vital asset to the center. Miss Jennifer always has a positive attitude and is a great example for her teammates. Parents and children love her classroom because of the structured, happy environment she creates. Read More »

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March 31, 2021

Meet Samantha Pulaski: April Employee of the Month

Miss Samantha is a Lead Pre-K Teacher at our Clarence, NY location. At the beginning of the school year, Sam jumped in with excitement and eagerness and her drive hasn’t stopped. Children, parents and teachers love her passion for teaching.   Miss Sam beautifully navigates, enhances and facilitates the BRAVO curriculum in her classroom resulting in Read More »

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March 1, 2021

Meet Tori Feicht: March Employee of the Month

Miss Tori is a Lead Pre-K and School Age Teacher at our Mars, PA location. Parents and children love the way Miss Tori consistently and thoughtfully implements the Bravo! Curriculum. Her classroom is always full of engaging centers and because Tori truly gets to know her students, she incorporates their likes and specific learning styles Read More »

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January 29, 2021

Meet Pam Jones: February Employee of the Month

Ms. Pam is a Teacher Assistant at our Lakewood Ranch, FL location and an essential member of our team. We feel honored to recognize her as our February Employee of the Month.   Ms. Pam’s positivity and eagerness to help, wherever needed, goes above and beyond her job responsibilities. Recently, she stepped up into a Read More »

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August 28, 2020

Meet Meg Ryan: September Employee of the Month

This month we are honored to recognize Miss Meg, Lead Teacher at our Cheektowaga, NY location. Children and families adore Miss Meg. She consistently goes above and beyond to provide the best care and education for the children in her care. In addition to her role in the classroom, Meg participates as a Game Day Read More »

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July 2, 2020

Meet Our July Employees of the Month

This month we are so proud to recognize the five Directors from Doodle Bugs! centers that have remained open throughout COVID-19.   Angela Frost (Clarence), Marissa Lee (Lakewood Ranch), Jessica Mazzo (Henrietta), Meagan Silverberg (Cheektowaga), and Liz Vandetti (Webster), led their centers through some of the most trying weeks we have ever seen. Their unwavering Read More »

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March 2, 2020

Meet Jessica Kiseleski: March Employee of the Month

Miss Jessica is a Lead Teacher at our Penfield, NY location. She is an educator that radiates a true passion for working with young children and understands the importance of positive relationships and personal connections within the learning process. She goes out of her way to make each student feel special and loved, helping to Read More »

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