As Classified School Employee Week approaches, allow me to be the first to thank each one of you for all you do to provide the care, safety and learning opportunities for our state’s students.
History of Classified School Employee Week
In 1986, Senate Bill 1552 permanently solidified Classified School Employee Week as an annual week of statewide recognition.
Under CSEA’s Appreciating Classified Employees (ACE) program, school district administrators and trustees have a chance to “walk a mile” in classified employees’ shoes.
We love to highlight the efforts of outstanding community members. If you are active in your community or know another CSEA member who is, please tell us about it.
Classified school employees are the everyday heroes who go above and beyond to keep schools running smoothly and nurture the leaders of tomorrow.
In 2016, the White House recognized twelve school support professionals from across the country as “School Support White House Champions of Change.” They were selected for their leadership and tireless work to ensure that students in our nation’s schools receive the support and motivation they need to be succeed. Three of the employees who received this honor were CSEA members.
Classified employees perform the widest variety of jobs of any group of school workers. But while job classifications may call for us to drive students to school, feed them, maintain their campuses and help them learn, all classified employees have one job in common: looking out for the well-being of students.
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