MES Celebrates Career Month with Special Guests

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Mansfield Elementary Schools has a rich tradition of supporting the vivid minds of their students. The students left the homework alone for guest speakers to talk to individual classes, and some with visual demonstrations of their career path.

The month of January was Career Month at Mansfield Elementary School. In the counseling classes, the students learned all about different careers, as well as the skills and attributes it takes to be successful at a career.

We held a Career Day at the Elementary on January 29th. The students got to dress up as the career they want to be when they grow up. We held an assembly in the Tiger Den where each student came up and told us their chosen career.

Throughout the week of January 25th through the 29th we also had guest speakers come and talk to classes about their careers.

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Arkansas State Trooper, Billy Turnipseed , took time to speak with the children inside the classroom, as well as a tour of his patrol car.

Mansfield Police Officer, Chris Williams, stands with his sons’ class after they got to see walk thru Officer Williams patrol car, with lights on, of course!

Mansfield Police Officer, Chris Williams, stands with his sons’ class after they got to see walk thru Officer Williams patrol car, with lights on, of course!

Johnny Cake Ranch Manager, Mitchell Rogers spoke to his daughters class about his career path, which is also his passion.

Johnny Cake Ranch Manager, Mitchell Rogers spoke to his daughters class about his career path, which is also his passion.

Brandi Eason spoke to her sons’ class about nursing.

Brandi Eason spoke to her sons’ class about nursing.

Fellowship Baptist Church Pastor, Gary Martin, spoke to his grand daughters class about his work in the Christian Ministry.

Fellowship Baptist Church Pastor, Gary Martin, spoke to his grand daughters class about his work in the Christian Ministry.

Mansfield Alumni, Trent Hayslip, spoke to his sons’ class about his job as a delivery driver for Clear Mountain Water Co.

Mansfield Alumni, Trent Hayslip, spoke to his sons’ class about his job as a delivery driver for Clear Mountain Water Co.

MES would like to thank the parents for taking time out of their day to speak to the students.

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