My Safe & Healthy Futures: Aaron Watson

Aaron Watson – My Future

bmjeff 1st Place, Doyle/Rider Elementary - 6th Grade, Safe & Healthy Futures Contest, Schools, Submissions, Winners

Age: 12

Format: Drawing

Contest Questions

 

What does my safe and healthy future look like?

My safe and healthy future looks like success. I want to become a doctor and help the world get rid of sickness. I will be a healthy man and a financially successful person. My family and friends will help me reach my goals and become a great and successful person.

What do I need to do to get there?

If I am to reach these goals, I need to first get an education. This is the primary step to being successful. I need to graduate and accept my family’s motivation and love.

How can adults in my community help me?

They can give great advice and great courage. Adults in my community are very important to me, especially my parents. They motivate me to be the best I can be. Every adult is helpful though; they have graduated and already have the knowledge that they are getting ready to pass on to us, as young kids.

What does community mean to me?

The community means everything to me. Like I said previously, they give great advice, and help me stay fit and healthy. The community is a great influence on me, and without them I would be nothing.