Monday night was career night at Jefferson Houston School for Arts and Academics. The third, fourth and fifth graders presented a special program for their visiting families of a "wax museum" of dream careers.
Each student researched and prepared a short statement on their chosen career. They positioned themselves in the hallways of the school and as a visitor approached and stepped on the "on" tag on the floor, the student came alive and described what they would like to be doing when they grow up. There were singers, fashion designers, a K9 police officer, a magician, a teacher, an actress and a basketball player, a hairdresser, an astronaut and a doctor. The primary students have been working on posters of their dream careers and will visit the "wax museum" on Tuesday during school hours.