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April 18, 2012

Thank You, CCSD's Administrative Professionals!

Across the county, hundreds of bookkeepers, secretaries, technicians, administrative assistants and other classified employees invest their talents to keep schools and the district's Heidi Hunter works with students, parents, and her colleagues at Stall High to help students excel.administrative offices running smoothly. During Administrative Professionals' Week—celebrated this year from April 22-28—Charleston County School District (CCSD) publicly recognizes its support staff members who work throughout the year to support classroom success and make the future bright for every student.

As Charleston County School District (CCSD) works to achieve the goals of Charleston Achieving Excellence and CCSD's Virginia McCummings provides a warm greeting to a parent calling the district on the momentum with the bold and results-driven plan of Vision 2016, the district acknowledges that people matter more than anything else. Students benefit when high-performing employees receive recognition and engagement.

The contributions of CCSD's classified staff were recognized at the Charleston Riverdogs game on April 20. English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Parent Advocate Christina Vivas was announced and honored as the district's first-ever Classified Professional of the Year at Christina Vivasthe annual Operations Employee Recognition Banquet on Wednesday, April 25.

Since 1952, the International Association of Administrative Professionals has honored office workers by sponsoring Administrative Professionals' Week. Today, it is one of the largest workplace observances outside of employee birthdays and major holidays. The event is celebrated worldwide, bringing together millions of people for community events, educational seminars, and individual workplace activities to recognize support staff.

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