Little Giant Pathway Program Kicks Off at Atkinson
Atkinson is kicking off the Little Giant Pathway program by encouraging students to discuss, draw and write about what they want to be when they grow up. Pictured are some first grade students that are serious about their future careers. They have a variety of plans for themselves including, farmers, teachers, veterinarians, ball players and even a doctor!
This year Fremont City Schools is implementing a program district wide that will encourage our students to explore, investigate and plan for future success in the world of work. It is called the Little Giant Pathway and the responsibilities are shared with all stakeholders: parents, students, and staff. To begin this program each student was asked to draw a picture on the cover of the booklet that will be used to monitor their plan on a yearly basis. The Little Giant Pathway is unique to each student.
The district objective is for students to become familiar with college and careers through learning that connects classroom instruction to their future. Ohio’s Learning Standards bring this to light in our classrooms through career connections in the Social Studies curriculum. Learning about college and careers helps students plan their futures.
Dear Fremont Community,
Fremont City Schools is facing an important challenge and we need your
help in deciding what to do about it.
This letter is our invitation to you to join us
in a frank and open discussion about our
District’s facilities and how they are impacting
our students and staff. In order to provide
everyone with an opportunity to participate in
this important discussion, we are scheduling
conversations (coffees) throughout our District.