A survey of 100 freshmen, sophomores, and juniors at Iola High School revealed that more than half want to study law enforcement or join the military.
The survey asked students to select from options not already provided by the school, including those in healthcare and education.
Even so, the results surprised IHS principal Scott Crenshaw and prompted him to suggest the district look for ways to better prepare students for such careers, including partnering with Iolas police and fire department.
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