Concordia Elementary School hosts first ever Career Day

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Denny Fitzpatrick allowed second-grade students from Concordia Elementary School to check out the tools he uses with his bulls during the school’s first Career Day on April 19.
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Concordia Elementary School hosted its first Career Day on Friday, April 19. All students in 4-year-old Pre-K through sixth grade participated and got to learn about the world of work.
The students had the privilege to listen to and interact with presenters, most of them parents of some of the kids, who shared with students about their work passion. The goals of Career Day included introducing students to a variety of careers, helping students learn the connection between their studies and how they are applied in the world of work, exposing students to positive career role models, and inspiring kids to think big.
Career Day was a huge success and made a very strong impact on the students, according to school officials. They said they are grateful to the presenters, and give special appreciation to Tiffany Borgstadt, Curtis Langkrahr, Scott Gard, Eric Bredehoeft, Mitch Dittmer, Brian Woods, Ben Woods, Britlin Murray, Jim Mills, Steve Beerman, Jordan Murray, Danny Long, Denny Fitzpatrick, Ashley Fitzpatrick, Mary Cook, Ashlee Miller, Joanne Kuecker, Robert Boye, Chris Johnson, Julie Fiene, Bobbie Boye and Chad Dyke.

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