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December 8, 2020

Our State-of-Art Sanitizing Technology Helps Keep Children, Parents and Teachers Safe

  Health and safety have always been guiding principles at Doodle Bugs! We believe care and education are interdependent facets of early childhood so we’ve always promised a commitment to both. Now, more than ever, these principles are essential priorities.   ZONO SANITIZING CABINET The ZONO Sanitizing Cabinet is an eco-friendly sanitizing system that kills 99.9% Read More »

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November 25, 2020

Ignite by Hatch – A Parent Perspective

Contributed by Jennifer Horner, Director of Education   Screen time is a phrase many parents, like myself, cringe about. Yet, I’ve been grateful for one particular app that’s helped my child actually learn and helped me better understand what he knows, and what he doesn’t.   When presented with Ignite by Hatch, I was ready Read More »

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October 28, 2020

Meet Emily Balash: November Employee of the Month

With a new month, brings a new reason to celebrate! Miss Emily Balash is a Teacher Assistant at our East Amherst, NY location. If you asked her fellow teachers they’d tell you all about her contagious spunk and energy. She’s an instant ray of sunshine.   Miss Emily has spent time in classrooms of all Read More »

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September 30, 2020

Meet Brenda Stenson: October Employee of the Month

  This month we are so happy to recognize Miss Brenda as October Employee of the Month.   Miss Brenda always delivers a personalized experience by engaging in friendly, good-natured, personalized conversations with parents and children.  She is committed to developing relationships with the parents of the children in her room, making families feel confident 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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