Kids learn what they like, and don’t, on career day

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Posted: March 19, 2014

The Winchester Star

Rosenfeld shows Daniel Morgan Middle School seventh-grader Josh Clanagan a human heart with the lungs attached during career day.
Daniel Morgan Middle School seventh-grader Caitlin Varela reacts as teacher Carol Fisher examines a human heart with the lungs attached during career day at the school Tuesday. The organs were brought by Dr. Shyama Rosenfeld for her talk about the health care field. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
Dr. Shyama Rosenfeld holds a human brain for Daniel Morgan Middle School seventh-graders to see during career day at the school Tuesday. Rosenfeld assured students it was normal to not know what career field to choose as a seventh-grader, and told students she didn't know she wanted to be a doctor until her third year of college. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)

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Caitlin Varela’s face crinkled in disgust as she prodded the human liver with her gloved index finger.

She made the same face when she poked the nearby human heart and lungs — all...



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