Sparking interest at career day

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Laura Stetser/Pictured from left are kindergarten students Marlena Columbo, Adriana Allen, Catherine Woodruff and Andrew LaMonica as they learn what it takes to report the news. Laura Stetser/Pictured from left are kindergarten students Marlena Columbo, Adriana Allen, Catherine Woodruff and Andrew LaMonica as they learn what it takes to report the news.

The Slaybaugh Primary School held an all-day career day on Thursday, Jan. 30. Parents, grandparents and other family and friends met with the students to orient them toward their occupations and share details on what the jobs entail.

Students were able to get the personal insights, and in many cases, literature and giveaways like pencils, books or hats to remind them later of what they learned. The students had been asked to dress like a community helper they would like to become when they grow up. Some dressed as teachers, chefs, hair stylists, doctors and police officers.

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Submitted/Soncere Woodford, representing the aviation industry, meets with kindergarten students from left, John Molina-Comenares, Harold Haug, Sean Rivera-Ramos and Brandon Haney. Submitted/Soncere Woodford, representing the aviation industry, meets with kindergarten students from left, John Molina-Comenares, Harold Haug, Sean Rivera-Ramos and Brandon Haney.

Submitted/Representing the Army is Artizia Chritstian who is showing first-grade students Justin Moore, left, and Zion Woodford how to build up their muscles for training. Submitted/Representing the Army is Artizia Chritstian who is showing first-grade students Justin Moore, left, and Zion Woodford how to build up their muscles for training.

Submitted/The students got to hear what work as an “ear, nose and throat” doctor is like as Dr. Louis Rondinella talks with kindergarten students Heaven Simms, left, and John Molina-Comenares. Submitted/The students got to hear what work as an “ear, nose and throat” doctor is like as Dr. Louis Rondinella talks with kindergarten students Heaven Simms, left, and John Molina-Comenares.

 


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