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Congratulations Ms. Amy Gasper-Ensminger
Employee of the Month
May 2019

Here are a few things Amy's nominators and the Selection Committee had to say about her:

“Amy continually keeps a great, positive attitude, even when the future of her position with CAPCA was uncertain. She is willing to help whenever we ask her to in the classroom. She always spends money out of pocket to make the classroom fun. I really am thankful to have her at Ward.” –Nominator

“Amy always has a good attitude even with her uncertainty with her job. She helps in our classroom when we need her and has bought stuff for our classroom. She has handled her job change well. I really appreciate her.” –Nominator

“I am nominating Amy Gasper-Ensminger, Ward Center Aide/former Family Advocate and former substitute teacher for Employee of the Month. Amy has been with the CAPCA family even before being an employee. She was the president of the Parent Committee when her daughter was in Head Start several years ago. Amy then became our center’s main substitute teacher and was always available and dependable. She would go out of her way buying things for the classroom if she knew we needed it. When Amy was given the job as our center’s family advocate, she went above and beyond to reach the needs of every family in our center. We all could see how much she really cared for the families and wanted to help them in any way she could. When the funding wasn’t there to keep her on as the family advocate, Amy still cared for the families and children at the center so much that she took a pay cut and became our center aide. She still does so much to assist the families here that they still look to her as the family advocate and all truly love her as all the staff does as well!! Amy also works so hard to help us teachers get the resources and materials we need for the units we are teaching. She takes interest in what we are teaching and enjoys being a part of it as well. She calls around to find places that may volunteer their time and resources, or she shops for the materials for the center. This special lady has been more than a team player here at Ward Head Start. She has been an essential piece of the puzzle that has built our center into what it is this year! Amy’s hard work and loving heart should definitely be recognized as the Employee of the Month!” –Nominator

“After reading the EOM Nominations, I vote form Amy Ensminger, Ward Center Aide. After reading about her commitment to not only CAPCA but the families, I find her to be an inspiration. She consistently goes above and beyond her duties and is a real team player. Her love for the children and families and her readiness to help out co-workers is something we should all strive for. Ms. Amy seems to be a great multi-tasker and as one nominator said, "She has been an essential piece of the puzzle that has built our center into what it is this year!".
– Selection Committee

“For Employee of the Month, I choose Amy Ensminger. From what was written about Ms. Ensminger, she is working hard to help the families of the CAPCA Head Start community. She is providing quality services to the families. The people that nominated her said that she is a center aid who supports the teacher, and is there to help them with the resources and materials for their classrooms. She goes above and beyond to reach the needs of every family in the center. They also said that she “has a good attitude” and “a great, positive attitude”. Her nominators said she was a “team player”. A team player and person that is willing to help families and teachers is what each employee should strive to be. She calls around to the community to get them involved in donating items and time for her center.” –Nominator

“It sounds like Ms. Ensminger is doing CAPCA’s mission statement “In partnership with our community, CAPCA is committed to educating eligible participants by providing quality services which empower lives, expand self-reliance and increase community involvement.”
– Selection Committee

Thank you, Amy, for your hard work, service and dedication to our families and the agency!

Pictured from left: Amy Gasper-Ensminger, Ward Center Aide, Heather Petty, Ward Assistant Teacher and Cindy Lopez, Ward Teacher
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Congratulations Ms. Amy Gasper-Ensminger 
Employee of the Month
May 2019

Here are a few things Amys nominators and the Selection Committee had to say about her:

“Amy continually keeps a great, positive attitude, even when the future of her position with CAPCA was uncertain. She is willing to help whenever we ask her to in the classroom. She always spends money out of pocket to make the classroom fun. I really am thankful to have her at Ward.” –Nominator

“Amy always has a good attitude even with her uncertainty with her job. She helps in our classroom when we need her and has bought stuff for our classroom. She has handled her job change well. I really appreciate her.” –Nominator

“I am nominating Amy Gasper-Ensminger, Ward Center Aide/former Family Advocate and former substitute teacher for Employee of the Month.  Amy has been with the CAPCA family even before being an employee. She was the president of the Parent Committee when her daughter was in Head Start several years ago. Amy then became our center’s main substitute teacher and was always available and dependable. She would go out of her way buying things for the classroom if she knew we needed it. When Amy was given the job as our center’s family advocate, she went above and beyond to reach the needs of every family in our center. We all could see how much she really cared for the families and wanted to help them in any way she could. When the funding wasn’t there to keep her on as the family advocate, Amy still cared for the families and children at the center so much that she took a pay cut and became our center aide. She still does so much to assist the families here that they still look to her as the family advocate and all truly love her as all the staff does as well!! Amy also works so hard to help us teachers get the resources and materials we need for the units we are teaching. She takes interest in what we are teaching and enjoys being a part of it as well. She calls around to find places that may volunteer their time and resources, or she shops for the materials for the center. This special lady has been more than a team player here at Ward Head Start. She has been an essential piece of the puzzle that has built our center into what it is this year! Amy’s hard work and loving heart should definitely be recognized as the Employee of the Month!” –Nominator

“After reading the EOM Nominations, I vote form Amy Ensminger, Ward Center Aide. After reading about her commitment to not only CAPCA but the families, I find her to be an inspiration.  She consistently goes above and beyond her duties and is a real team player.  Her love for the children and families and her readiness to help out co-workers is something we should all strive for.  Ms. Amy seems to be a great multi-tasker and as one nominator said, She has been an essential piece of the puzzle that has built our center into what it is this year!.
– Selection Committee

“For Employee of the Month, I choose Amy Ensminger. From what was written about Ms. Ensminger, she is working hard to help the families of the CAPCA Head Start community. She is providing quality services to the families. The people that nominated her said that she is a center aid who supports the teacher, and is there to help them with the resources and materials for their classrooms. She goes above and beyond to reach the needs of every family in the center. They also said that she “has a good attitude” and “a great, positive attitude”. Her nominators said she was a “team player”.  A team player and person that is willing to help families and teachers is what each employee should strive to be. She calls around to the community to get them involved in donating items and time for her center.” –Nominator

“It sounds like Ms. Ensminger is doing CAPCA’s mission statement “In partnership with our community, CAPCA is committed to educating eligible participants by providing quality services which empower lives, expand self-reliance and increase community involvement.”
– Selection Committee

Thank you, Amy, for your hard work, service and dedication to our families and the agency!

Pictured from left:  Amy Gasper-Ensminger, Ward Center Aide, Heather Petty, Ward Assistant Teacher and Cindy Lopez, Ward Teacher

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Congratulations Amy Gasper-Ensminger

Thank you for your service!
“The teachers are truly the life blood of our Head Start and Early Head Start program. Thank you for another great year!”

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Thank you so much for the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon! It was so nice to hear great things and be encouraged for what we do! The food was AMAZING as well! Thank you!

Wonderful, beautiful ladies!!!❤

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