CHS bids farewell to retiring staff members: Secretary Carol Benesh

Spenser Easterbrook

By Spenser Easterbrook, Editor-in-Chief

Carol Benesh has worked as a paraeducator, financial assistant, principal’s assistant and secretary in the main office at CHS, and after more than two decades of work, she will retire at the end of this year.

Benesh began her most recent role at CHS, part-time secretary in the main office, in 2003 in order to finish her college degree.

Once Benesh retires, she plans to work as a substitute teacher.

“I want to spend more time with my family and enjoy my hobbies,” Benesh said. “I hope to travel more, do volunteer work and become a substitute teacher to use my college degree.”

Benesh’s colleagues will miss her presence in the main office.

“Her inner beauty is almost indescribable,” secretary Angela Polis said. “Mrs. Benesh is very organized. She has a good, dependable work ethic.”

Benesh has truly enjoyed her experience working at CHS.

“I love working with all the staff, students and parents,” Benesh said. “I have made life-long friendships here and I cherish every friendship. I love working with all the staff, students and parents.”