What do you want to be when you grow up?

By: 
Gordon Lambie
Staff Writer

Tuesday was a special day for the students of Waterloo Elementary School (WES) as invited guests shared stories of their careers with students across all levels of the school. Moving from room to room, groups from the four-year old kindergarten right up to the sixth grade got first-hand information on what it means to be a dog behaviour therapist, a paralympian, a visual artist, a prison guard, Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer, and a newspaper reporter. See full story in the Wednesday, Feb. 14th edition of The Record.

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