Duncan Elementary students look to the future

Duncan Career

Recently, the sixth graders at Duncan participated in their second annual Career Day. 

This special event brought members of the community into the school to share their real-world expertise with our Duncan sixth graders. Careers in graphic design, dentistry, marketing, and more were represented. 

Each sixth grader was able to choose three sessions from the list of nearly 50 volunteers who were kind enough to share not only their careers, but also the path that lead them to their careers. 

With the Duncan sixth graders now officially halfway through their public education, this event, coupled with the recent Career Focus luncheon, will certainly play a large role in shaping the future of these young Explorers.

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UCS seniors earn national CTE scholarships

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Semaj Smith

Karen Howell

Karen Howell

 

Two Stevenson High School seniors are among 175 graduates to earn a national career and technical education scholarship.

Semaj Smith and Karen Howell were each awarded a $1000 scholarship from the National Technical Honor Society. 

Smith is planning to attend Oakland University to study pre-medicine.  Howell is planning to attend the University of Illinois on a gymnastics scholarship and plans to study pre-medicine.

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