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Students put in hard work at Busy Town

Gary Wu and Mika Shao welcomed visitors to Busy Town, at Cook Elementary school on Friday morning. - Martin van den Hemel photo
Gary Wu and Mika Shao welcomed visitors to Busy Town, at Cook Elementary school on Friday morning.
— image credit: Martin van den Hemel photo

Kindergarten students at Cook Elementary School put their professional feet forward Friday morning.

The young students took on the roles of firefighters, police officers, florists and even shoeshiners, the culmination of a couple of months of study where they learned about a whole host of different types of jobs in the city.

Firefighters at Busy Town

 

Police officer at Busy Town

 

Busy Town florists

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