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      MPS celebrates Administrative Professionals Day, saying thank you to the hundreds of dedicated staff members who make offices across the district run smoothly. They are staff members such as Lajuana Bates, the Head Secretary at Goodrich Elementary. Goodrich Principal Arlene Dansby-White says Ms. Bates is wonderful. “She’s pleasant, organized and very helpful to everyone who comes into our office.” Superintendent Gregory Thornton adds his own appreciation for administrative professionals.

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