The Delta Community Credit Union Youth Month Essay Contest asks students why it is wise to save money.
By Jamie Wilkins (Patch Staff) – Updated May 19, 2017 5:19 pm ET View Article
From Delta Community CU: Eleven elementary students will end the school year $100 richer and perhaps a little wiser about finances and the importance of saving for the future. They all won a $100 Sandy Savers Savings Account in the Delta Community Credit Union Youth Month Essay Contest, which asked students why it is wise to save money.
At The Museum School, fourth-grader Jizelle Anderson explained that “saving money for the future is wise because houses, college, cars and food are not free. You need all those things to survive adulthood.”
In addition to Jizelle, 10 other students who attend Delta Community’s Partners in Education (PIE) schools throughout metro Atlanta also received $100 savings accounts for their entries in the contest, which the Credit Union held during National Credit Union Youth Savings Month in April.
Teachers say the contest inspires important conversations about financial security and planning for the future, and it also helps students develop their writing skills. In addition to the essay contest, Delta Community supports its PIE schools throughout the school year with direct sponsorships and by providing financial literacy classes and materials.
Join us in congratulating principal Katherine Hudgins Kelbaugh on being named the 2018 Georgia Charter School Leader of the Year! ...
Congratulations to the winner of Georgia Charter School Association's "Shoot for the Moon Award." Katherine Kelbaugh, founding principal of The Museum School of Avondale Estates, has been selected as the 2018 Georgia Charter School Leader of the Year!
Mission: The mission of The Museum School of Avondale Estates is to inspire students, teachers and the community to collaborate to develop strong critical thinking, interpersonal and academic skills in our students, which will prepare them for real-world success.