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Schools combine career days with Halloween festivities

 Spooky entrance to the career costume parade at Bell Elementary

WALKER EARLY LEARNING CENTER PRESCHOOLERS AND KINDERGARTNERS VISIT CENTRAL OFFICE

NASA Astronaut from Walker Early Learning Center

NASA Astronaut Karter Rose from Walker Early Learning Center, along with his classmates visited Central Office.

 District Attendance Assistant Kim Dobbs met a future teacher coming through

 District Attendance Assistant Kim Lowe met a future teacher, Rylee Taylor, coming through trick or treating.

 District employees were happy to visit with young career minded kids

 District employees were happy to visit and pass out candy to young career minded kids

BELL ELEMENTARY FIRST AND SECOND GRADERS ENJOYED TRICK O TREATING at COMMUNITY BOOTHS

Shelby Bell supervised the front of the spooky tunnel going into the gym

Instructional Assistant Shelby Rose supervised the front of the spooky tunnel going into the gym

Check out the entrance to the career costume parade

Instructional Assistant Shelby Rose assisted students were intrigued with the entrance to the career parade where Community Helpers handed out treats.

Athletes Porter Brake and Aiden Chaplin got some candy from Deputy Cody Neal and Sheriff Tim Catron

Athletes Porter Brake and Ayden Chaplin got some candy from Deputy Cody Neal and Sheriff Tim Catron

Tasha Brown received some candy from Intrust Health Care worker LaShell Hodges

Tasha Brown received some candy from Intrust Health Care case worker LaShell Hodges

 Moralez Velazquez got a wrapped cookie from McDonalds Asst. General Manager Bryce Howard

 Maria Moralez Velazquez, dressed as a chef, got a wrapped cookie from McDonalds  Asst.General Manager Bryce Howard

McDonalds cookies were very popular

McDonalds cookies were very popular

Tyson Adkinson got a treat at the Phoenix Preferred Care booth

Tyson Adkinson checked out his treat at the Phoenix Preferred Care booth

Reading Specialist Jamie Reagan handed out candy to Bell Elementary students

Reading Specialist Jamie Reagan handed out candy to Bell Elementary students, who hope to become athletes

Bell Elementary students Annabeth Neal and Logan Parker were delighted with the event

Bell Elementary first grade students Annabeth Neal, a future chef and Logan Parker, a future doctor were delighted with the event

Charlyee Thrasher dressed as a teacher and posed for a photo with Principal Derrick Harris

Charlee Thrasher dressed as a teacher and posed for a photo with Bell Elementary Principal Derrick Harris

Monticello Police Chief and Mayor enjoyed handing out candy to Joseph Carroll and Thomas Adkins

Monticello Police Officer Mike Neal and Monticello Mayor Tracie Sexton enjoyed handing out candy to Joseph Carroll (on right) and Thomas Adkins who dressed as a policeman 

Monticello Elementary Students dressed up in career costumes as part of Red Ribbon Week on "No Room for Drugs in our Future" day

Race Car Driver

Race Car Driver Brody Hutton

doctor and beautician

Nurse Adalyn Guffey and Beautician Lyric Gregory

Harper the artist

Harper Koontz the artist

A teacher

A future teacher, Serenity Parmley

Colton Adams told Instructional Asst. Sherry LeMaster that he aspires to be a PE teacher

Colton Adams told PE Substitute Teacher Sherry Lemaster that he aspires to be a PE teacher 

Carson Burkes hopes to join the military

Carson Burks hopes to join the military

Zoey Lay wants to become a photographer and her teacher dressed as a zoo keeper

Zoey Lay dressed as a photographer and posed for a photo with her favorite zookeeper, aka Teacher Kelly Lovell

Dakota Dishman dressed as a tyrannosaurus specialist

Dakota Dishman dressed as a tyrannosaurus specialist in the career parade.





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