Centreville se­cond-graders par­tic­i­pate in Ca­reer Day

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CENTREVILLE — Ca­reer Day was held on Oct. 19 for the as­pir­ing gen­er­a­tion of se­cond-graders at Centreville El­e­men­tary. Or­ga­nized by the se­cond-grade team of teach­ers, all of the pre­sen­ters were par­ents of stu­dents, ac­cord­ing to teacher Karey Anne Cop­page.

Stu­dents were able to learn a lit­tle bit about sev­eral dif­fer­ent ca­reer choices in­clud­ing law en­force­ment, the med­i­cal field, farm­ing, con­struc­tion and re­mod­el­ing, sales and en­vi­ron­men­tal health.

The stu­dents had an op­por­tu­nity to get hands on with tools of the trade from law en­force­ment, try­ing on vests and hand­cuffs, and per­haps most ex­cit­ing — got an up close look at the Mary­land State Po­lice he­li­copter when it landed next to the school, Cop­page said.

Jill Gill’s se­cond-grade class with First Sgt. Brian Gill, Mary­land State Po­lice.

Mary­land State Po­lice flight medic Sgt. Brian Fran­cis, cen­ter, speaks to se­cond-graders at Centreville El­e­men­tary.

Play­ing games with Joe Pawelchak, a cof­fee sales­man, dur­ing Ca­reer Day at Centreville El­e­men­tary.


Of­fi­cer Mark Madi­son from the Annapolis Bomb Squad and his dog Layla visit se­cond-graders at Centreville El­e­men­tary.

Kar­i­ana Hick­son tries on the vest of Deputy Jeff Lewis from the Queen Anne’s County Sher­iff’s Of­fice.

Pe­di­atric reg­is­tered nurse Rebecca Houseknecht shows some of her ex­cit­ing ca­reer mo­ments dur­ing Centreville El­e­men­tary’s Ca­reer Day.

Chris Headley ex­plains bath­room re­mod­el­ing and an­swers ques­tions at Centreville El­e­men­tary dur­ing Ca­reer Day in Oc­to­ber.

Se­cond-grader Elis­a­beth Linz tries on hand­cuffs.

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