Over 300 hundred SCS 8th grade students participated in Students@Work, a job-shadowing initiative through NCBCE & NCDPI. The goal is to expose middle school students to career pathway options, where students shadow an employer for a day and complete a research portfolio. Emily Hendrix (Carver) and Andrew Oswald (Spring Hill) were selected as their school’s overall portfolio winner and presented their portfolios at the district competition held on April 21st at the Chamber of Commerce. After a tough competition, Andrew was selected as the SCS district portfolio winner. Andrew aspires to become a graphic designer and has already registered for Digital Media when he transitions to high school. Both students will be recognized at the May 9th school board meeting.