We headed to the elementary school to watch Ethan be a news anchor. It's a six-week job he was selected for, and he gets to be a camera man for two weeks, a reporter for two weeks, and an anchor for two weeks. We had see it for ourselves, since Ethan can be reserved in front of people.
The screen behind them has a spinning globe, just like in real world news.
The kids were proud of that, after experimenting with a few other backgrounds.
I'm not sure I would have been brave enough to be on the news in fifth grade.
And especially to be on the news in a backwards cape.
In front of the whole school.
Chris and I admire Ethan's ability to just be himself, and to go for things he's interested in.
Here's the broadcast morning news if you're interested: