Command Sergeant Major Boudy is retiring as a JROTC instructor from North Atlanta High School. Command Seargeant Boudy has taught at North Atlanta since January 18, 1995. She has had a great influence on our school, impacting hundreds of students.
Throughout Command Seargeant Boudy’s years at North Atlanta, she has been incredibly dedicated to teaching students leadership, education, and career development, as well as showing true care for the well-being of all the JROTC cadets.
Command Sergeant Major Boudy will be always be remembered. She has been a great teacher, demonstrating deep involvement in the improvement of students’ skills. Boudy has also been a true mentor to her cadets, working with students to help build future careers.
Boudy can be described as a faithful and loyal woman by anyone who knows her. She has demonstrated herself a very devoted soldier and teacher. Cadet Daryl Parker comments, “Anything I’ve ever needed, Sergeant Major Boudy has been there, throughout it all.”
She has befriended many administrators, teachers, and students throughout her years at North Atlanta and will be missed by all. Many students feel like they have made a life-long dependable friend who will always be there for them. Parker also remarks, “She is family to me, not just one of my teachers.”
Boudy was recently nominated for The Department of the Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award. The medal can be awarded either by the Secretary of the Army or a major Commander. The person awarded is proven to have “shown outstanding service that makes a substantial contribution or is of significance to the Army or to a major Army Command.” This nomination is a high honor. On behalf of the North Atlanta High School community, we applaud and thank Sergeant Command Major Boudy for her all of her hard work and for faithfully serving at North Atlanta for 17 years.