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" SCHOOL and SPORTS I Official Publication for the Norwalk Community School District [ Norwalk Warriors Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News i Thursday, March 13, 2014 LAKEWOOD ELEMENTARY By Jill Anderson, Principal Each month, the 4th graders have a health component to their instruction. This month, Lakewood students were fortunate to have the following speakers: Melissa Bice talked about the career of physical therapy and how to eliminate injuries. The Norwalk Fire Department shared some information about their career and injuries. The speakers were Doug Richardson and Jen Vetterick. This past WednesdaN the 3rd graders were treated to some community guest speak- ers and talked about their careers. This is part of the Paws in Jobland curriculum. The speakers were: Nicole Lamb/Accounting; Siobhan Hardy/Artist; Officer Phil Parker; Kirk Bedwell/Bedwell Gardens; and Dr. William Chase. It is great to work in a community that is so willing to share their expertise when we ask them to share. That is one reason that Norwalk is such a great place to work! N Kirk BedwelUBedwell Gardens Doug Richardson/EMT and Jen Vetterick .iiiiiii!iiiiiiil.i Melissa Bice/Physical Therapy Dr. William Chase Nicole Lamb/ Accounting Photos submitted. L Officer Phil Parker In 1916, 55 percent of the cars in the world were Model T Fords, a record lhat has never been beaten. Siobhan Hardy/Artist