Big A Elementary had Career Day on Friday, November 15th. Many parents and people from the community volunteered their morning to share their careers with Big A students.
Kindergarten students had the opportunity to meet Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Sullivan and Joey Walker, C.P.A. Rachel Sanders, Priest Mary Demmler, Cosmetologist Leah Nadeau and Candace Smith, and Nurse Betsy Moore.
First grade students got to visit with Zumba Instructor Allie Hopkins, Probate Judge Glenda Ernest, Emergency Room Nurse Christy Andrews, Banker Stacy Miller, and Cosmetologist Margaret Wilkinson.
Students in second through fifth grades had the opportunity to learn about various careers. Students were actively engaged in many activities. Everyone had a great time and learned a lot about different types of careers. Stephens County citizens will certainly have some fine future leaders.