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The Bucks County Outstanding Educator Award is a recognition program for educators and directors working in Early Childhood
Programs. Through a formalized nomination process, these individuals are recognized for their outstanding contribution to the field. Five Early Childhood Professionals will be honored by the Bucks County Chapter of the PennAEYC.

How it works
Educators are nominated by peers, parents, directors or consultants by filling out the form on the reverse side. Using 100 words or less, specific and special contributions of the nominee should be highlighted. Indicate what special talents, skills, commitment, service this person has shown to dedicate them to the field in a way that is above and beyond the call of duty, especially during this challenging year.
Nominations will be accepted until April 30 and winners will receive their award by a surprise presentation at their place of work the week
of May 24. An independent panel of judges appointed by the board selects the winners.

Nomination forms should be sent to:
Lori Borman
801 River Road
Yardley, PA 19067 or (OEA in the subject line)

Quality Child Care Coalition

About Quality Child Care Coalition

QCCC focuses on engaging families, child care programs, educators, school districts and other community partners to educate the public on the importance of quality in child care, early childhood education, and pre-K programs. Partnering with the Bucks County Intermediate Unit and United Way of Bucks County, QCCC is moving ahead, forging relationships with new partners and working with a strengthened network of child care programs to make quality early care and education a reality for ALL of Bucks County’s children.