Kids can have hands-on fun at Lorain County JVS


Students participate in last year’s Career Tech Saturday event in the JVS carpentry lab.


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Third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders are invited to Career Tech Saturday at the Lorain County JVS from 10 a.m. to noon on March 11.

The career exploration program is designed to give elementary students hands-on experience that may spark their interest in various fields through fun activities while learning a new skill set. Students will make something they can take home.

Students will have the opportunity to plant seeds, transplant and harvest vegetables, construct a circuit board, or even learn how to make their own ice cream. Parents and guardians can also observe their children and see what the Lorain County JVS has to offer.

There will also be services and demonstrations available to the parents and guardians, such as flower arranging, cooking demos, and salon services.

Students must be registered to participate in the Career Tech Saturday program. The registration link can be found at www.lcjvs.com under “Quick Links.”

Students participate in last year’s Career Tech Saturday event in the JVS carpentry lab.
http://theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_CAR-2016.jpgStudents participate in last year’s Career Tech Saturday event in the JVS carpentry lab.

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