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Executive Directory of School Secretary

Executive Directory of School Secretaries allows you to target an individual that is responsible for general office and administrative duties. A School Secretary schedules appointments and handles school communication. They are aware of day-to-day activities and what's going on at the school. They make themselves an excellent source of information for parents.

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115,167 Total Universe / Universe Rate $105.00/M
Email Addresses $275.00/M

DESCRIPTION

Executive Directory of School Secretaries allows you to target an individual that is responsible for general office and administrative duties. A School Secretary schedules appointments and handles school communication. They are aware of day-to-day activities and what’s going on at the school. They make themselves an excellent source of information for parents.

 

 

A school secretary is a person that a parent or guardian would contact for such things as registration, bus schedules, school lunches, after-school programs and immunization requirements. One calls the school secretary when their child will be absent, unless the school has a telephone recording device for this purpose. They also hand out dismissal and late slips to students. At some schools parent’s and/or guardian’s contact the secretary to set up appointments to talk with the principal or a child's teacher. An elementary school usually has just one school secretary who may very well do everything from calling a parent about a sick child to posting notices for a school meeting. Large middle schools and high schools, on the other hand, are likely to have several secretaries, or administrative assistants, with different areas of responsibilities. Primary school secretaries are usually required to process documents and other written material, such as supplies, requisitions, mail and state or district reports. They are also usually required to prepare or write handbooks for both students and faculty and compose letters to parents with the intention of conveying school related information, such as schedule changes. Receipts monies and maintains records for field trips and school pictures. School secretaries are often required to provide administrative support to the school's principal and the vice principal. This may include assisting them by scheduling parent conferences and other appointment and completing paperwork on their behalf. School secretaries order school supplies and text books and distribute them upon delivery. They also distribute incoming mail and maintain and update both the school calendar and permanent records for students. School secretaries type letters, correspondence, schedules, and report cards. They also photocopy exams and other paperwork for the school staff. In some schools, school secretaries prepare financial reports, make bank deposits, and write checks for inspections. At private schools, they may prepare bills and collect tuition, crediting students' accounts. They also assist with the lunch program by selling lunch tickets or handling student lunch accounts.

 

School Secretaries have a high school education. They may also have vocational education programs that teach office skills and typing to 1- and 2-year programs in office administration offered by business and vocational-technical schools, and community colleges and basic office skills. They are knowledgeable in word processing, desktop publishing, project management, spreadsheets, database management, writing, and communication skills.

 

 

 

School Secretaries purchase, audio equipment, book covers, bookcases, bulletin boards, calculators, chalk, computer software, computers, cork boards, crayons, envelopes, erasers, file cabinets, glue sticks, hanging folders, highlighters, hole punchers, manila folders, markers, notepads, office furniture, paper clips, pencil sharpeners, pencils, pens, printer paper, printers, rulers, scissors, staplers, staples, tape, tape dispensers, textbooks, video equipment, and writing tablets.

 

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Geo/Geographical $10.00/M
Job Function/Title $10.00/M
Max per Company/Sites $10.00/M
Number of Employees $10.00/M
Phone Number $50.00/M
Sales Volume $10.00/M

ADDRESSING

A/B SPLIT $100.00/F
CD ROM $75.00/F
DISKETTE $75.00/F
EMAIL $75.00/F
Suppression $150.00/F
Transmission $150.00/M