It’s two simple words. Yet saying ‘thank you’ can go such a long, long way. And it’s so easy to do. Sometimes we think if we say ‘thank you’ too much, it loses its value. Truth be told, it never does. Especially when it comes from your peers.
Case in point, a letter from one of our senior training coordinators, Jessica Stott, on the work of three BCI staff members: Lauren Gesner, Colleen Kemmitt and Catherine Athanasiou.
“Lauren and Colleen covered for my two students at Nelson Place on and off over the past month, until we had Catherine covering as the permanent staff. The classroom teacher still talks about how thorough and kind both Lauren and Colleen were in her classroom. Now that Catherine is there permanently, the boys have started to adjust and continue to make tremendous progress! Lauren, Colleen and Catherine- Thank you for making this a smooth transition for the boys and the classroom teacher. The boys continued progress is in large part to each one of you! Your hard work has NOT gone unnoticed.