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2009-12-24 / School

Lexington Elementary Career Presentations

by Kathleen Boettcher, LES Counselor

Mr. & Mrs. Gerardo Guzman own Granny’s Restaurant and spoke about running a restaurant. Mr. & Mrs. Gerardo Guzman own Granny’s Restaurant and spoke about running a restaurant. The Lexington Elementary 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students received valuable career information during the first semester of the 2009-2010 school year. Community volunteers presented their careers and answered questions that helped expand the students’ career knowledge.

Students are best motivated to learn if they understand the connection between skills learned in the classroom and those needed for success in the workplace.

The students appreciated the time the presenters took out of their busy schedules to educate them and provide them with the information they need to make decisions regarding possible future careers.
Mr. Chip Cotton is an Electrical Engineer. Mr. Chip Cotton is an Electrical Engineer.
Mr. Jeremy Romoser is a Farrier. He works with horses. Mr. Jeremy Romoser is a Farrier. He works with horses.
Mr. Richard Washington is a Bus Driver for the University of Texas Shuttle. Mr. Richard Washington is a Bus Driver for the University of Texas Shuttle.
Mrs. Jennifer Mohr is an Emergency Medical Technician, helping to save lives. Mrs. Jennifer Mohr is an Emergency Medical Technician, helping to save lives.
Mrs. Shawnde Carter & Mrs. Candice Schneider work with Prosperity Bank in Lexington. Mrs. Shawnde Carter & Mrs. Candice Schneider work with Prosperity Bank in Lexington.
Mrs. Noelle Swartz is a Medical Transcriptionist and works with doctors. Mrs. Noelle Swartz is a Medical Transcriptionist and works with doctors.
Mr. Ramiro Garza, Sr. spoke to the students about being an Aircraft Instrument Technician. Mr. Ramiro Garza, Sr. spoke to the students about being an Aircraft Instrument Technician.
Chief Randy Davenport is the Lexington Chief of Police and spoke to the students about entering in the profession of law enforcement. Chief Randy Davenport is the Lexington Chief of Police and spoke to the students about entering in the profession of law enforcement.

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