Lynn Camp’s Lori Stewart wins Office Professional Award

Lori Stewart, school secretary at Knox County’s Lynn Camp Middle/High School, is the 2018 recipient of the Wanda Luttrell Office Professional Award, a statewide recognition. She was presented the award on April 26 during the Knox County Board of Education meeting held at Lynn Camp.

The award is presented annually to a school or district office professional who contributes significantly to the efforts of the leadership team; who is the pulse of the office; and exhibits resourcefulness, commitment, professionalism, and a positive attitude. Named in honor of Wanda Luttrell, KASA’s longtime office manager who served school administrators for 28 years, this award is highly prized among school staff statewide.

Stewart is described by Lynn Camp Middle/High School Principal Anthony Pennington as the heart of their school. Lori is the first face students and staff see when they enter the building and the last face they see as the leave the building. “Lori knows every single student and parent by name and has built relationships with them,” said Pennington. “From being a listening ear to giving a word of encouragement, parents, students, and staff know they can depend on Lori when they need her.”

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