Central Retirees: Debbie Nesnidal

Sarayu Suresh, Staff Writer

Debbie Nesnidal support analyst

Q: How long have you been working at Central, and what positions have you held?

A: I held a computer science analyst job when I first started  in 2008. I went from being at the elementary level to Washington junior high. I then moved into the support analyst job here at Central. 

Q: Can you describe what it’s like to work at Naperville Central?

A: It’s energizing. Technology changes, and you have to be able to change with it. Teachers find new technology they want to use and need help getting up to speed on it. 

Q: What are your plans after you retire? 

A: I am going to spend time with my grandson. We are going to travel. I am going to do the things I keep putting off. It’s time to start moving forward and live my life doing fun things.

Q: What are you going to miss most about Central?

A: The social interaction with everybody and just seeing the kids change from when they first walked in as freshmen. I’m going to miss the teachers and the support staff. It’s like a family, and they care about everybody.