Teaching Careers Ed Night

Teaching Careers Program Hosts Ed Night
Posted on 03/14/2019
Teaching Careers Ed NightStudents in the CAPS Teaching Careers program at the Four Rivers Career Center hosted "Ed Night" on Monday, March 11, in the Confluence room at FRCC.

The open house event showcased the students’ projects, accomplishments and achievements throughout the school year. On display were presentations on school reform issues and topics.

The FRCC Teaching Careers program continues to grow. It’s a senior-only program for students looking to explore education as a profession.

The Teaching Careers Students also presented a checks for $100 to both the Jordan Scheer Children’s Relay for Life and Life House Youth Center in Sullivan, which came from their various fundraisers throughout the school year.

Additionally, students in the program signed a commitment letter to formally announce their intent to pursue a career in education.

Photos from the Teaching Careers “Ed Night” at the Confluence room, along with check presentations, are below.

Teaching Careers Ed Night
The CAPS Teaching Careers program hosted “Ed Night” at Four Rivers Career Center on Monday, March 11. Front row, from left, are Sarah Hoemann, Samantha Montgomery, Jasmine Drake and Rachael Roush. Middle row, from left, are Samantha Rogers, Seth Cavenar, Destiny Huff, Hannah Dodson, Jenna Donnelly and Gracie Boeckman. Back row, from left, are Jacob Pruitt, Nicholas Walker, Anna Copeland, Jenna Martin, Molly Unerstall, Ellie Nieder, Kennedy Smith and Matthew Dyson. Not pictured, but present at Ed Night were Destiny Nash, Hannah Strohbeck, Benjamin Jackson, Jessica Lampkin and Samantha Winistoerfer.
Teaching Careers Ed Night
The Teaching Careers Students presented a check for $100 to the Jordan Scheer Children’s Relay for Life, which came from their various fundraisers throughout the school year. Pictured, from left, are Relay for Life Chairs Gracie Boeckman (also a Teaching Careers student), Lizzy Sontag, Emily Hahne and Matt Amlong, and Teaching Careers student Nicholas Walker.
Teaching Careers Ed Night
The Teaching Careers Students presented a check for $100 to Life House Youth Center in Sullivan, which came from their various fundraisers throughout the school year. Pictured, from left, are Teaching Careers students Samantha Rogers and Kennedy Smith.
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