Campbellsville Elementary School kindergarten students are learning all about community helpers and how they can help their community when they get older.
In Lisa Wiseman’s class, students learned that community helpers are people who have jobs that allow them to help people in the community.
Some examples students named include firefighters, teachers, doctors, police officers, garbage collectors and many more.
Wiseman’s students said they can be community helpers by helping their parents at home with cleaning, washing dishes, vacuuming and turning off the lights.
After the lesson, students thought about what they might want to be when they grow up and how their careers can help other people.
When they decided what they want to be, students posed for a photo showing what they might look like if they really worked in that career.
CES kindergarten student teacher Amanda Hamilton reads to Lisa Wiseman’s students about how a firefighter is a community helper.
CES kindergartener Kylei Thompson says she wants to be a doctor.
CES kindergartener Carol Moura says she wants to be a chemist.
CES kindergartener Ahryan Wilson says he wants to be a police officer.
CES kindergartener Jackson Wright says he wants to be a newspaper delivery man.
CES kindergartener Gracie Gebler says she wants to be a veterinarian.
CES kindergarteners pose as the community helpers they hope to be when they grow older. From left are John Hagan Newton, Jackson Wright, Aubrey Novak, Gracie Gebler, Briley Sapp and NyJah Vaught.
CES kindergarteners pose as the community helpers they hope to be when they grow older. From left are Gavin Paris, Miley Orberson, Aleeya Spaulding, Enrique McDonald and Braxton Rhodes.
CES kindergartener Tyce Owens says he wants to be a firefighter.