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CES students learn skills at J.A. BizTown

June 4, 2013

Mackenzie Pittenger (left) and Cody Graft (right) open bank accounts at the JA BizTown bank branch office with bank teller, Zachary Pletcher (seated). Photo contributed

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco Elementary School fifth graders were in charge of a town – operating a bank, managing a restaurant, checking electric meters, voting for a mayor, and balancing checkbooks – during a field trip at the Junior Achievement BizTown May 20.

Students studied basic market economics and were placed in a job in one of the 14 BizTown businesses and services.

All fifth graders were paid a wage and managed their personal checking account and spending within the BizTown market place. Adult volunteers served as job interviewers and business assistants at the BizTown Center.

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