Listen Up, Grads: Kindergartners Offer Words of Advice

We asked Loudoun’s youngest students to offer a few words of wisdom to the Class of 2016. Here’s what they said:

“Go have sleepovers every night.”
Peyton Lentine, 6, Catoctin Elementary

“Don’t quit your job. You’ll need money.”kindergartners 5

Matthew Kirk, 6, Evergreen Mill Elementary

“Go to college and have a great education.”
Miles Wheeler, 5, Virginia Academy

“You should get a job, like being a dad.”
Finley Brownstein, 6, Sycolin Creek Elementary

kindergartners 12“Be safe.”
Henry Lentine, 5, rising kindergartener at Frances Hazel Reid

“Have fun.”
Amelia Lansberry, 6, Cool Spring Elementary

[Loudoun’s commencement ceremonies begin Sunday. See the list of speakers and schedule here.]

kindergartners 10

What do you want to be when you grow up?

kindergartners 11“I want seven jobs: veterinarian, doctor, policeman, ninja, transformer—uh, I think that’s it.”
Miles Wheeler, 5, Virginia Academy

“I want to be a dad. And I’ll tell my kids to get a job.”
Finley Brownstein, 6, Sycolin Creek Elementary

“I want to be a football player—no, wait, baseball player.”
Peyton Lentine, 6, Catoctin Elementary

kindergartners 8“Maybe a CEO.”
Henry Lentine, 5, rising kindergartener at Frances Hazel Reid

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