In an effort to expose the first and second grade students to the world of work and the role that education plays in preparing them for their future, Elk Ridge School recently invited students from the Chester County Technical College High School, Pennock’s Bridge Campus, to talk about their career and technical education studies. The high school students presented hands-on demonstrations and brought along some of the equipment they employ in their courses.
Oxford Area High School seniors Jariana Villalobos (above) and Mayra Cintora (below), students in the Early Childhood Education program at TCHS, brought games and activities for the students.
Kennett High School student Matthew Appleby spoke with students about the engine technology program at TCHS.
OAHS junior Briana Sumner, a student in the cosmetology program at TCHS, with second graders Aaliyah Heron and Justin Czarnota.
Kennett High School student Beau Phillippy, a student in the engineering and robotics program at TCHS, with first graders Nicholas Fiorani and Emily Garcia.