The technology keeps changing, but secretaries are still the people who keep our schools running smoothly. The same holds true for all administrative support staff, whether they work the front desk at an elementary school or manage files at the county office.
Classified employees in the office do just about everything. They maintain attendance records, answer the phones, pay the bills and communicate with parents and administrators—all while keeping pace with advances in computer, telephone and document reproduction technology.
The accounting staff crunches the numbers, and school secretaries help students with their medications. Whether they are registering thousands of students at a large community college or explaining the afternoon bus route to the parent of a first-grader, office workers are vital to the success of our schools.
What we do:
Administrative Professionals (PDF )
School office workers serve as liasons between parents, teachers and administrators. They're involved in the daily operations of the school besides making sure the students are kept safe.
Financial Aid Professionals (PDF)
CSEA members who work in finanancial aid offices at California's community colleges help students afford a college education by determining who needs finanial aid, how much they can get and where they can get it.
Fiscal Professionals (PDF)
Fiscal and budget professionals make sure the money goes where it is supposed to go. They keep track of funds, whether among departments, at the district level or from the school to the district budget office.