SchoolBoard-Oct2,2017Four Webster Elementary students were eager to tell Plymouth School Board members their career plans for the future during the October 3 meeting.

Mackenzie Ross and Annalis Jurado are looking to the veterinary field so they can care for animals. Kane Beatty has plans to keep people in his community safe when he becomes a policeman and Spencer Goebel has his mind set on playing professional football.

Mackenzie shared who she feels are the champions on her life that include her mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, and brother. The students of Crystal Uyhelji, Jordan Colette, and Taylor Franceschi were encouraged to find supporters to help them. Kane wants to keep playing basketball as well. Annalis and Spencer had no trouble speaking in front of the board and a room full of adults.

Even if they chance career paths, they will have a head start with college funding. They were part of the Marshall County Promise kindergarten and first grade kids that have seed money in CollegeChoice 529 Direct Savings Accounts. All kids in Marshall County were invited to Ancilla College for a hands on experience last week.

Webster Principal, Carrie McQuire said, “It amazes me that these kids have an opportunity to participate so young. It’s a great assistance to parents.”

Carol Anders Correspondent
Mackenzie Ross, Kane Beatty, Spencer Goebel, and Annalis Jurado , all Webster Elementary students, presented their career ideas for the future to the Plymouth School Board.