Matthew FullasCommunity Coordinated Care for Children, Inc. Support Staff Recognized by Florida Head Start Association

TALLAHASSEE, FL – September 18, 2018 - Matthew Fullas of Community Coordinated Care for Children, Inc. in Orlando, FL has been named Support Staff of the Year by the Florida Head Start Association.

Mr. Fullas has worked in the role of PC Technician for Community Coordinated Care for Children, Inc. for seven years. He as an Associated of Arts degree in Computers and Network Technology and holds numerous industry certifications.

His work for the program has been instrumental in identifying the technical specifications needed to establish a security camera monitoring system in all agency operated classrooms. After installation, the monitoring system has helped to ensure a safer environment for children, families and staff.
Through his work refurbishing computers, coordinating the work of third party vendors, and installing phone and internet cabling during program moves, Mr. Fullas has netted his program significant cost savings.

According to Cindy Casuccio, Director of IT and Data Services for Community Coordinated Care for Children, Inc., “Mr. Fullas is a dedicated worker with a focus on excellent customer service and a diligence in visiting each location.”

The 2019 awards were selected by a panel and recipients will be honored during FHSA annual awards luncheon in West Palm Beach attended by Head Start/Early Head Start Directors, Staff, Parents and early childhood education leaders.

The Florida Head Start Association is a nonprofit organization working on behalf of the 41,000 children and families Head Start Programs serve in Florida. FHSA has been the voice for Florida's most vulnerable children and families since 1999 and is committed to enhancing and supporting the capability of local Head Start program in the delivery of high quality services for our children and families.