Four-State area high school students attending Family and Consumer Sciences Day at Pittsburg State University on Nov. 22 will learn about history's influence on fashion, how children learn through music, and why plunking quarters into the vending machine can be hazardous to both your budget and your health.
FCS Chairman Duane Whitbeck said the more than 300 students expected for this year's Career Day makes it the largest ever.
Sessions, beginning at 10:30 a.m. and concluding at 1:50 p.m., will be held in both the Family and Consumer Sciences Building and the Overman Student Center.
Activities planned include:
Each of the sessions will be repeated throughout the day so students attending may attend all of them.
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