Education

Career Week at Harrison Elementary School

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Harrison Students and school Counselor Floyd Granderson during Career Week.  Credits: Kathy Lloyd
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4th Grade Students Ariana Oritz and Egypt Belizaire become reporters and write their own news story about the bear sighting in Roselle last weekend. Credits: Kathy Lloyd
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Ariana Oritz and Egypt Belizaire become reporters and write their own news story about the bear sighting in Roselle last weekend. Credits: Kathy Lloyd
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Credits: Floyd Granderson
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Credits: Floyd Granderson
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Credits: Floyd Granderson
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Credits: Floyd Granderson
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Credits: Floyd Granderson
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Credits: Floyd Granderson
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Credits: Floyd Granderson
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Credits: Floyd Granderson
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ROSELLE, NJ - Harrison Elementary students participated in career week recently. Local business leaders from the area visited the school and spoke to the students about their careers. 

Students experienced, working a fire hose, touching a snake, how to be a reporter and more. Two 4th grade students, Ariana Oritz and Egypt Belizaire decided after the reporter presentation that they wanted to become reporters and took to writing their own news story about the bear sighting in Roselle last weekend. Their news story is included in the photo gallery. 

School Counselor Mr. Floyd Granderson arranged for the speakers for the week long event that included:

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Wells Fargo Bank - Mr. Juan Carlos Carvajal (Branch Manager at Elizabeth Rahway ave. Branch)

Prevention Links - Mr. Jan Ramos ( Community Prevention Educator)

Elizabeth Veterinary Clinic - Dr. Eileen Tucker (VET/owner)  

YMCA - Mike Johnson (Director of Association initiatives)  

Graphic Designer - Ms. Lyanne Dubon 

Littlecritters Pet Setters - Mr.Christian & Mrs. Ines Paglinawan ( owners of company)

THE SEEING EYE, INC - Mr. Donald C. MacGowen ( Volunteer Program Coordinator)

Roselle Police Department - Officer Baylock

Roselle Fire Department - Author - Mrs.Lola Williams

Roselle Public Library – Ms. Parham

NURSE – Judith Francis

Construction Business Owner - Mr. Piertus Esperience

LIBERTY SCIENCE CENTER – Mr. Kengo Yamada (Educator)

Mechanical Engineering Careers in Aviation - Mr. Sylvan Zeidman

United Airlines PILOT – Mr. Robert Golden

Bowco Pest Company - Mr. Mike Pilles

TAPinto Roselle News – Mrs. Kathy Lloyd, Owner /Publisher

Imaging Modality - Mrs. Edelyne Fresnel-Samuel

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