What do you want to be when you grow up? Why?
For the adults answering this question... Who or what inspired you to pursue the profession you have chosen for your life?
Here are some answers to the Question of the Week for November 12!
Answer: "When I grow up I want to be a teacher because I love to see Mrs. Gama teach and because my aunt teaches."
Answer: "When I grow up I want to be a Nurse because my Mom is one and she cares for Moms and babies and I do too, because I want to help Moms and babies just like my Mom."
Answer: "I want to be a doctor because I want to help kids. And I will work work at a childrens hospital. I also want to be a horse trainer because my dad was one.
Answer: "I would like to be a singer when I grow up because everyone knows that I sing very well and I think so too. I like singing a whole lot."
Answer: "When I grow up I want to be a volcanologist. I am interested in learning about volcanoes. Someday I would like to see a volcano erupt."
Answer: "I want to be a chemist when I grow up because I think mixing chemicals together is fun. Also I want to see if one of my experiments will blow up into smithereens. I get to do it in a lab and I get to wear a shiny white jacket and wear goggles."
Answer: "The love for my 2 boys, Robbie and Wesley inspired me be a stay-at-home Mom as my profession. I now know the importance of being there for them whenever they need me. This has, and will continue to, make them the person they are today and in the future!
Name: Mrs. Kupsky
Answer: "Part of what inspired me to become a teacher was my grandmother. She was always very patient and kind with me. Her home was a place of refuge.
One teacher in high school particularly inspired me. She looked like a hawk with a sharp, pointed nose and beady brown eyes that seemed to see straight through my face into my brain. She pushed and pulled until I produced work beyond what I ever thought I was capable of doing. Some days I dreaded going to her class, but I still remember the day she said I had achieved what none of her students had achieved before me. I still get a warm feeling inside when I think of that day.
My goal as a teacher is to push and pull my students until they achieve higher than they every thought possible. They often surprise themselves! Sometimes they even surprise me!
Answer: "I want to be a football player and I want to play for Ohio State if I play in college, if not I want to play for Minnesota Vikings.I want to play football,because I am really good at playing now so I think that I have a good chance at playing in college or NFL someday."