Circleville Elementary School – On Friday, Circleville Elementary School played host to a number of veterans and active duty military personnel as the school turned to “Careers in the Armed Forces” for its next installment of Career Connection Friday.
This month, our students have studied and written about patriotism and honoring our service men and women through our Tiger Traits of “Being respectful, being responsible, and valuing safety” thanks to the many sacrifices our veterans have afforded us.
Students were first welcomed by guest speaker Staff Sgt. Brad Adams of the Ohio Army National Guard Recruiting and Retention Battalion (S1 NCO) who spoke about the importance of the month of November for veterans, the origins of Armistice Day celebrated earlier this month, and about his own involvement in the military and the many careers it can offer.
“When most people think of the military they think of the infantry,” said Staff Sgt. Adams. “But there are so many more careers than that.”
From administrative roles to lieutenants, commanders, generals, aviation and maintenance, the possibilities are endless said Staff Sgt. Adams. Adams himself, attended Muskingum University before enlisting in 1999 in the United States Army National Guard.
During the assembly, our third grade students performed two selections for veterans entitled “God Bless America” and “Thank A Vet” featuring a few student solo performances.
The assembly concluded with a Veterans Honor Slideshow set to patriotic music. Over the past month, our Tiger Families submitted dozens of photos for our students to show off their proud veteran and active duty family member or family friend.
During Month of the Military Child (and all months for that matter), Circleville City Schools is a proud supporter of our military families and the many sacrifices they make in support of their Armed Service family member.
To view the Veterans Honor Slideshow in its entirety, click the link below to view!