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Recognition of Administrative Professionals Day

posted Apr 22, 2020, 1:01 PM by Anthony Sandstrom   [ updated Apr 22, 2020, 2:46 PM by Radford Sprouse ]
Superintendent congratulates Chris Elich

If you walk into any school or office in Pueblo School District 60, the first person you'll see are our administrative professionals. They set the welcoming tone and first impression of our organization. They have a wealth of knowledge, know everybody, and know how to answer every question and most importantly, they get things done. The role they play and the work they perform contribute greatly to our wonderful organization. 

In each District 60 building, these administrative professionals are impeccably organized, doing the tasks that keep schools and the District running, and by extension, they help our educators focus on our kids. 

Today, Wednesday, April 22, in conjunction with Administrative Professionals Day, we recognize, celebrate them and acknowledge the outstanding work these professionals do on a day-to-day basis.

Especially now, as District employees are working from home during this difficult time, they are still doing these tasks from afar. They're the glue that keeps our District together, and I wanted to extend a special thank you and recognition for their hard work, and I hope you'll join me in thanking them. 

Charlotte Macaluso
Superintendent of Schools
Pueblo School District 60