Administrative Assistants Recognized

Secretaries Make a Daily Impact on School Operations


Mrs. Dees & Mrs. Chamberlain play an important role at B-A.

Administrative Professionals’ Day is an unofficial holiday observed in several countries to recognize the work of secretaries, administrative assistants, receptionists, and other administrative support professionals. This day is also known as Secretaries Day or Admin Day.

High School Secretary Mrs. Amy Chamberlain was asked about this special day. She said, “I think everyone likes to be recognized for what they do, and I am no different. Fortunately, I work with a great group of people (administration and faculty) that always makes me feel appreciated almost every day.”

When asked about the challenges of her job, Mrs. Chamberlain answered, “The most difficult part of my job to me is discipline. I always have a problem when I see any young person making decisions that aren’t appropriate and then have to pay consequences for their actions.”

The BluePrint staff would like to thank the middle and high school office staff for all they do to help our schools operate smoothly.