Considering that 2009, Annette McTighe has served as administrative assistant to Nevada City Faculty District Superintendent Monica Daugherty. The two retired a few of months in the past.
McTighe’s job was broader and with wider influence on pupils than you could possibly think.
She did anything for the governance workforce from board minutes, facility use, coordinating testing for the California Evaluation of University student Efficiency and Progress English Language Proficiency Assessments for California checks, together with working the web page and managing liability insurance policies. (Whew.)
“It’s a huge position,” she reported. “It’s something you have to want to do and be.”
What she didn’t point out was a litany of other duties, like neighborhood fliers and distribution, interdistrict attendance, professional medical administrative activities, bodily conditioning tests, wellness, residency, and, of program, superintendent assistance.
McTighe was initial employed at Nevada Metropolis Elementary.
“It was a attractive gem of a university,” she stated. “The identical calendar year, we shut the school so I only labored for nine months and then received laid off.”
Friends and colleagues inspired McTighe to use for her present position, citing her love of education and learning. Clearly, she got the position.
“I like this district,” she stated. “My children went by way of this district.”
She begun in 2008 as a volleyball mentor at 7 Hills.
“Schools are getting burdened for a whole lot of reasons, but I feel what tends to make us exceptional is we’re nestled in this article in Nevada Town with the pine trees and wonderful trails ideal in our backyard,” she reported. “Our sources are prosperous. It’s like becoming section of the university district is like currently being part of a family members.”
A person detail McTighe is wanting ahead to is paying time with her biological family members. Her daughter is anticipating a child, and she programs on executing some traveling now that she has some extra time.
Jennifer Nobles is a team writer for The Union. She can be reached at [email protected]