If you’ve done business with PCS, you’ve no doubt met our accounting/office manager, Terri Moreno. Joining PCS in November 1995, Terri started as the general receptionist, moving on to support services and bookkeeping. In 1999 Terri became the PCS Office Manager with duties including all Accounting related services. Terri is the “go-to” person for anything involving purchase orders, invoices, and maintenance contracts.
Terri is the proud mother of two daughters, a son who is a police officer, and has four grandchildren. She loves to walk and exercise her sea legs on an occasional cruise.
“I enjoy working with the staff at PCS and the interaction with my clients who I have worked with on a daily basis for many years. I feel like I know many of you personally which helps to make my job a rewarding experience.”
Beaufort County School District – “‘Grab-and-go’ lunches prove to be a hit with students at Hilton Head Island High”
A pilot lunch program now allows high school students to get their meals at one of five locations, each with its own menu. They also have a choice of where to eat. Many students take their lunches to classrooms where they can get tutoring, make up missed assignments or just get started on homework. Principal, Amanda O’Nan says that “Lunchtime” is now referred to as “Independent Learning Time.”
School District Five of Lexington and Richland Counties – “Elementary School equivalent of Meals on Wheels”
Last summer a food truck started to deliver lunch to 90 children in two apartment complexes when schools were out of session. The truck was converted from a mail truck to a “mobile Kitchen” that keeps the food at the needed temperatures. Now that schools are back in session, the food truck provides an alternative serving area at the school.
This year’s CSNA was the next best thing to Comic-Con. David Dittlinger and Judi Dugan liked Star Trek theme, but did not appear in costume 🙁 PCS was honored to be featured by our friends at Ontario Montclair in their awesome technology presentation. Their presentation was really entertaining, worthy of Hollywood, in addition to being informative!
We are very pleased to report that for the months of August and September, our busiest months of the year, our customers gave PCS Support a very high “Customer Satisfaction” rating. The support team performed in an outstanding fashion resolving customer issues and assisting customers to get the year going on the right foot.
In addition, there were fewer calls during August and September this year than last year, even though this year we have more customers. Our emphasis on pro-active support through the use of video and live webinars is paying off to everyone’s benefit. So, congratulations to all involved for bringing us successfully through the challenges of year start.
We were proud to see the SC communities coming together to help each other out. Several of our own customers opened up their cafeterias and served meals to families who were displaced by the floods. At the conference in beautiful Myrtle Beach this year donations were made to go towards helping with the recovery. We are certain they will be put to good use and help to restore what was lost within the community. Despite the devastation, the weather was beautiful for the conference week.
We were proud once again to be a sponsor and participate to in the Dr. Vivian B. Pilant Scholarship Golf Tournament. Our own Becki Rogers was on the conference planning committee this year. Seeing all that goes into planning these events and following them through to fruition is a real learning opportunity with a great reward. Becki is also serving on the SNA of SC Industry Advisory Committee for the 2015-2016 year. PCS values our relationships with our customers and welcomes opportunities to serve you within your local SNAs. Together there is nothing we can’t accomplish.
Bhaumik Thaker attented this Year’s NYSNA Conference and was happy to report that attendance was even better than last year. It was a pleasure getting together with some of our customers, Lisa Ostrowski from North Colonies Central Schools, Cathy Drumm from Hudson City School District & Linda Lee and Carlene Evans from Shenendehowa Central School District. The industry dinner and Breakfast was a great opportunity to meet new people on a more personal level.
(Redlands Unified School District, CA)
(Tewksbury Public Schools, MA)
(Faribault Public Schools, MN)
Cincinnati Public Schools Implement Grab n’ Go
PCS’ FASTrak POS helps speed the line
“In addition to the Grab n’ Go station, we have two reimbursable meal vending machines, connected to FASTrak, in each of the vending areas of the cafeteria. And this year we added more meal options in another area of the building to reduce overcrowding in the cafeteria, an additional five reimbursable meal vending machines and a PCS Net Cash Machine available to offer students faster service. Due to the success we will be adding more in October.”
– Eric Zacarias, Manager of Food Services
PCS’ FASTrak Integration with Star Food Healthy Express Vending helps reduce congestion in the cafeteria
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