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Fourth graders in Michelle Tucker’s class learning financial literacy, business skills

| Hansen Hasenberg
Understanding how to handle your finances can be a game changer in your life. According to the University of Kansas, financial wellbeing, which is often tied to financial literacy, can be a determinant of one’s health. Generally, the worse off financially, the worse health wise.
Students in Mrs. Tucker’s class at West Navarre Intermediate School have put together business plans, created merchandise and have sold that merchandise for a class project. Proceeds raised from sales goes to the American Heart Association. Left to right: Regina Marek, Lara Nessim, Milana Ott, Emery Wright, Sophia Corrales, Michael Hogan, Eden Rahmani, Michelle Tucker.


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