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One thing has held true over time: these administrative assistants have remained the steady center of efficiency through it all, helping ensure that jobs get done right, on time, and under budget!
In 2000, the name was changed from Professional Secretaries’ Day to Administrative Professionals’ Day to keep pace with changing job titles and expanding responsibilities of today’s administrative workforce. In a world that demands the accurate and speedy movement of digital information, they are masters of data! They are generally thought of as the ‘pulse’ of the office!
Special thanks to Dixann Krajewski, Melissa Erhlich, Cindy Bolton, and Pam Milanuk for all you do to keep our schools running smoothly and students first! Also, thank you to our additional support staff of Paras: Marina Kruz, Kathie Brown, Susan Wienerman, Jody Thomason, Vonnie Lutz, Jonna McCord, Nancy Leopold, Kyla Yates, Diana Fetters, and Carrie Hoagland for helping out in the office whenever they are needed. We greatly appreciate our substitutes Amber Levick, Sarena Assmann, Tiffany Zorn, Brenda McCarthy and Ruth Radke, as well!
Administrative assistants have an impact on nearly every facet of the world’s modern economy. Their job descriptions are all-encompassing and ever-changing! Garden County Schools is extremely fortunate to have these dedicated and capable administrative professionals. The next time you call one of our schools, you might want to take time to thank these folks for their helpful and polite assistance! They make a positive difference in the lives of our students and staff. Thank you, all!
-Dr. Paula Sissel,