Campbellsville Elementary School students are focusing on their future.
In Keri Richard’s third-grade class, students have been studying the importance of having a good career when they get older.
Richard talked to students about the difference between needs and wants, and how people must earn money so they can support their family.
Students were asked to decide what career they would like to have, and write about it.
Richard’s students wrote why they want to work in their chosen career and what a person does when working in that career.
Students also drew a picture of themselves working in their career.
Richard’s students chose a variety of careers, from police officers to veterinarians to baseball players and more.
CES third-grader River McFarland writes about becoming a doctor.
CES third-grader Dorothy Shively draws a picture of herself working at her future career.
CES third-graders Baylee Pike, at left, and Malachi Sanford talk after they realize they both want to become police officers when they get older.
CES third-grader Keylan Strong writes about his future career.
CES third-grader Rebecca Ray writes about her future career.
CES third-grader Aidan Bowles writes about his future career.
CES third-grader Rajon Taylor writes about becoming a professional baseball player.
CES third-grader Isaya Adams writes about his future career.
CES third-grade teacher Keri Richard talks to her students about their future careers.
CES third-graders Braelyn Taylor, at left, and River McFarland talk about their future careers.