After 41 years of dedicated service at Young High School, Angela Clark will be signing out for the final time at the end of this month as she takes her well earned retirement.
Very popular amongst her peers, Angela has been a stalwart at the school and showed commitment and enthusiasm across a variety of roles.
Angela started at the school in 1975 in a school admin role, moving up through the ranks to take on the top administration position.
Keith Duran, Young High School principal acknowledged the hard work and dedication Angela has put into her Administration Manager position.
“Angela has played a key role at the school,” Mr Duran said.
“It will be hard to replace the years of knowledge and the skills she brings to our team.
“We wish her all the best with her retirement and sincerely thank her for all she has done for the school and this community,” he said.
With more spare time on her hands, Angela plans to get into her garden and craft room more often.
She also hopes to use her caravan a little more to visit friends who do not live close by.
Angela said one of the best parts of her long career at Young High has been seeing students go through the school, return as teachers and then watching their children grow and succeed.
“I have worked with a great team at the school,” Angela said.
“It is a constantly growing and evolving place and it has been a privilege to see the students succeed in their chosen fields over the years.
“I have two daughters, five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren with one more due any day now.
“It is going to be nice to spend more time with them,” she said.
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