Each year at this time businesses across the nation celebrate a group of employees who dedicate themselves to others. According to research gathered from the Internet, Administrative Professionals Week is always the last full week of April, with Wednesday of that week being designated Administrative Professionals Day.
Administrative Professionals Week was originally organized as “National Secretaries Week” by the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) and a consortium of office product manufacturers in 1952. In 1955, the National Secretaries Association changed the date of National Secretaries Week to the last full week of April, with Wednesday of that week being designated National Secretaries Day. In 1998, PSI changed its name to the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP), to further reflect the expanding role of office staff. In the year 2000, the IAAP – official sponsor of the event – announced that the name would change from “Professional Secretaries Day” to “Administrative Professionals Day.” The name change was made to keep in step with the changing job titles and expanding responsibilities of today’s administrative workforce. Administrative Professionals Day recognizes and celebrates the work of secretaries, administrative assistants, and other office professionals for their growing and diverse contributions to the workplace.
We would like to recognize our administrative assistant workforce and encourage you to honor them this week: San Saba Central Office Susie Garza and Jackie Dyer; San Saba High School Machelle Perry and KayCee Thiebaud; Food Service Department: Diane Hernandez; San Saba Middle School: Sara Huron and Myia Stewardson; and San Saba Elementary School: Kelly Reavis and Rosemary Cisneroz. THANKS to each and every one of these ladies for making the San Saba ISD run so smoothly!
Please remember that our website is the key to keeping up-to-date on school happenings. Please visit www.san-saba.net to view events and find information you need to know about SSISD.
If you have any questions about this article or any other question about school happenings please contact me at 325/372-3144.