Building a new generation of community helpers

First-grade students discover the people who keep a community moving forward


Sierra Summers | For SAM

Community newspapers • SAM publishers LuAnn and Scott Schindler meet with first-grade students, May 8. Together, they reviewed an edition of SAM, learned what insert advertising is, talked about news coverage and wrote a news article.

Community helpers have been teaching the first grade students about their jobs, so students can learn about careers.

A photographer, Jamie Thiele, taught students about taking photos and showed her camera equipment. She owns Jamie Thiele Photography.

Jaimie Hartigan, a hair stylist from Ewing who owns Shear Attitude, taught us how to style and make a mohawk. She also styled girls' hair!

LuAnn Schindler and Scott Schindler, publishers of the Summerland Advocate-Messenger, came and taught us how to read the paper, tell us how much work it takes to make the paper, and how to write a story.


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