Staff Appreciation at Fayette County Head Start/Early Head Start

Students Explore Engineering Skills Through Tower Building

Students Explore Engineering Skills Through Tower Building

3rd - 5th grade students from Monessen Elementary recently explored how different towers around the world were built during the Private Industry Council’s After-School Program! They also learned about different professionals in the engineering industry such as...

PA CAREERLINK® SERVICES WORKING TOGETHER FOR SUCCESS

PA CAREERLINK® SERVICES WORKING TOGETHER FOR SUCCESS

In June 2023, Jennifer found herself unemployed from her General Manager position. She had to apply for Unemployment Compensation for the first time in 13 years. She was selected for the Re-Employment Services and Eligibility Assessments (RESEA) Program, a mandatory...

Springfield Pre-K’s Spring Adventures

Springfield Pre-K’s Spring Adventures

Spring started out with guessing whether the groundhog would see his shadow or not. We encouraged the children to vote on whether or not we were going to have six more weeks of winter and created a graph to display our data! Those who said we were going to have an...

Latest podcast

Listen to the “PIC Podcasts”

Listen to the “PIC Podcasts”

Head Start / Early Head Start FAQs The Private Industry Council discusses frequently asked questions for Head Start and Early Head Start students. Private Industry Council operates the Head Start / Early Head Start program for Beaver and Fayette Counties in the...

read more

The Welcome/Wellness Committee of Fayette County Head Start/Early Head Start had a staff appreciation activity in March, to coordinate with St. Patrick’s Day. The “You Shamrock” Because… activity gave staff the opportunity to tell coworkers what they appreciate most about each other. The committee provided shamrocks to each center and staff were able to write a message on them to coworkers. The shamrocks were then displayed at their center. The activity was well represented by HS/EHS staff. Photographs were submitted by a representative at each center and posted on Fayette County’s HS/EHS Facebook page. Some of the appreciative comments included:

  • You help keep me sane and are a great listener!
  • You are an amazing mentor!
  • You have a really big heart and care about the children!
  • You are a superwoman. I am so impressed by all you do!
  • You make me smile and laugh every day!
  • You always have my back. You have taught me useful ways to complete my tasks and how not to stress!
  • You are a joy to have in the office!
  • You are always there for us even when we mess up.
  • You are an amazing person!
  • We all help each other out. We are there for each other.

It was a wonderful opportunity to share with coworkers and friends the thoughts and feelings we have, but may not always express. Even though our activity was planned, remember that every day is a good day to let someone know how much you appreciate them. It will truly make their day!

Translate »