Month: April 2024

Students Feel the Bite of Financial Pressures

It seemed easy enough, get assigned a hypothetical salary and spend it on essentials, but for some of our students, a financial literacy event called Bite of Reality opened their eyes to the challenges of creating a budget and living within their means. Korina Echeverria, school counselor, explains how they partnered with a local credit […]

Written by on April 26, 2024

Dual Enrollment Child Development Program Offers a Plethora of Opportunities

Summer H. is fascinated by the cognitive development of children – something she has been exploring in college dual enrollment classes while working toward her high school graduation. “We’re learning about the milestones in cognition for different age groups and how they tie to behavior patterns,” she said. “I want a career where I can […]

Written by on April 26, 2024