A Career Fair has been held at Rogers Park Middle School in Danbury. Nearly 1,000 students in grades six through eight went to classes Wednesday given by area professionals on their careers. Superintendent Dr. Sal Pascarella spoke to the students about the importance of considering careers before the event began. The presenters’ occupations ranged from crime scene investigator to horse trainer to pilot. Prison guard Jimmy Durkin, RN Rachel Wright, Danbury police officer Manny Martinez, Army Colonel Michael Port, school counselors and staff, chef Morgan Vondle, podiatrist Dr. Richard Gosnay and others participated.