Middle School students explore future opportunities during Career Days

WAUSA — Members of the Wausa FBLA chapter presented the Nebraska Career Education Model to Wausa Middle School students Nov. 1. Each student was then asked to write a short essay summarizing what they aspire to be when they grow up. The projects were graded and the most qualified paper in each class won a prize and presented their paper to the middle school Nov. 8.

The winners include Kendall Story, fifth grade; Hadley Vanness, sixth grade; Joe Johnson, seventh grade; and Tyler Baue, eighth grade. On the same day, the FBLA chapter advised the students to dress up as the profession they wished to be.

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