FHS office changes

Krampy hired as attendance and athletics administrative assistant

In November, Freedom hired a new administrative assistant, Ms. Amanda Krampy. She was employed here to be in charge of the attendance in the front office and to be an athletic secretary. Krampy can be found in the front office.
Before coming to work at Freedom, Krampy had previously worked in numerous marketing and communication roles. One of the more recent roles she had was working as an administrative assistant for Girl Hope of Pittsburgh, a nonprofit organization.

“[I helped] to coordinate marketing for fundraising events and assisting the executive director with board member communication,” Krampy said.

Prior to that, Krampy had worked for American Eagle Outfitters. She worked in the visual merchandising department as a floorset and communications coordinator.

They wanted to move the attendance office to the front so Krampy could keep track of the students. This was better than being back in the old attendance office where she wouldn’t be able to see a majority of them. They have been wanting to move the attendance office out into the front office for the past couple years and finally made the decision to to do it when Krampy was added to the staff.

“As far as job positions, nothing like that has changed,” Keener said, a secretary in the front office at the high school.

Ms. Ellen Hill was moved into Mrs. Anna Maria Folmar’s former office, also the attendance office in the past. Since the decision was made to move the attendance secretary into the front office, Hill was forced to move into the former attendance office in the back. Although not excited about the decision of being moved, Hill will be in charge of job coaching, transitioning, helping students with interviews and assisting in the front office.
“I will be doing my job coaching and assisting when needed in the front office. I will be available if the students need me,” Hill said.

Keener is working as the main secretary in the front office. She’s in charge of ensuring there are enough substitutes for all of the classes that need one. She also helps the faculty in a variety of capacities.
“I still do the things that I did before: taking care of [substitutes], and getting what the teachers need, [as well as] getting what Mr. Deal needs,” Keener said, “Just the position of where we are [changed], that’s all.”