Fitzhugh Park School Welcomes Oswego Local Professionals and Organizations for Career Day 2022 – Oswego County Today


OCSD Superintendent Dr. Mathis Calvin III, Fitzhugh Park Teacher Erin Sabatini, Fitzhugh Park Superintendent Donna Simmons, Oswego Mayor Billy Barrow, Councilmen Rob Corradino (R-7th Ward) and Kevin Hill (R-3rd Ward) and OPD Sgt. Tom Rupert stands with students at Fitzhugh Park during a careers day fair in the elementary school gymnasium. Photo by CiTi.

OSWEGO – Oswego City School District’s Fitzhugh Park School was abuzz with curious and engaged students Friday morning as volunteers from several Oswego County organizations made appearances for the School’s Career Day Fair. this year in the school gymnasium.

Appearances were made by Mayor Billy Barlow as well as Councilmen Rob Corradino and Kevin Hill. Also in attendance were OCSD Superintendent Dr. Mathis Calvin III, Principals Mary Beth Fierro and Donna Simmons, staff from Oswego Health, faculty from Oswego Middle School, police and fire departments from Oswego, SUNY Oswego, US Border Patrol and Compass Federal Credit Union.

Students were encouraged to dress up to represent a career of their choice as they toured the gymnasium, visiting the display tables of several organizations. The students got various articles and articles related to their careers and were encouraged to ask questions to learn more about the different fields and professions that might interest them.

Erin Sabatini, teacher and co-organizer of Fitzhugh Park, expressed her gratitude and enthusiasm for this year’s event.

“It’s great to have so many familiar faces from the community giving our students time to say hello,” Sabatini said.

Fitzhugh Park Manager Donna Simmons said she was very pleased with the successful execution and organization of the event and looks forward to hosting the annual event again next spring.

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