Lifelong Learning Day

By: Bridget Barrientos

As we all know, some high school students grow up and have plans for their future and know what they want to do for the rest of their life, but others don’t know what they want to do after they graduate. Mr. Beck, a teacher at Arlington, has set up a day that gives the high school students the opportunity to be exposed to a multitude of careers that can help them decide what they want to do in the future and see what pertains to their interests. May 3rd is when this will take place, but it is not just for the students that don’t know what they want to do after they graduate. Life happens and plans change. This gives students an idea of what they might want to do if their original career plan doesn’t work out.

 The following will be a list of that is going to be offered on May 3rd:

-Representative from Whirlpool
-First Federal Bank
-National Guard
-ADP
-J. Alexander Roofing
-Rowmark
-Cooper Tire
-The Ohio Division of Wildlife
-Doctors
-Business Entrepreneur
-Teachers
-Lawyer
-Sports Management
-Non-profit Organization
-Freelance Musician
-Nursing
-Police
-Physical Therapy
-Vet Tech
-Volunteer Firefighter
-Athletic Trainer
-Business Major   

Golf Camp

Mark your calendars for a free golf camp for grades 9-12! Camp will be held July 29, 30, and 31 from 8 AM - 10 AM with the option to play 9 holes afterward. Interested players should report to Sycamore Springs with clubs.

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