Middle school students learn about academic skills, social skills, careers, post-secondary education, coping skills, cyber safety, communication skills, and the danger of substance abuse.
Students are learning about the different jobs that keep our community running. They are learning to be career explorers, keep there options open, and make the connection between classroom learning and job readiness.
Students met with a Tobacco Prevention guest speaker to learn more about the dangers of vaping and smoking.
Students are learning Holland Codes, the career codes used by post-secondary schools, employment agencies, and government resources. They will identify their preferred Holland Code and research potential careers.
Students visited Lyndon State College and Johnson State College. They are also meeting with guest speakers from the Lake Region Community Service Program, the US Army, Tobacco Prevention, and the Community College of Vermont.
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