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MCHS students complete 8-week banking simulation course

Posted on Friday, May 22, 2015 at 9:00 am

Students scoring the highest cumulative average for the complete simulation in each Personal Finance class at MCHS are (from left) Bre Steelman, Jacob Vaughan, Bri Williams, Amberlyn Holman and Faith Nuckols (seated). (Photo Provided)

Students scoring the highest cumulative average for the complete simulation in each Personal Finance class at MCHS are (from left) Bre Steelman, Jacob Vaughan, Bri Williams, Amberlyn Holman and Faith Nuckols (seated). (Photo Provided)

LYNCHBURG, Tenn. — Students in Personal Finance at Moore County High School recently completed an eight-month banking simulation as part of the state standards for the state mandated half credit in Personal Finance required for high school graduation.

The simulation included writing checks, keeping a checkbook register, using a debit card, smart banking, and reconciling a checkbook.

Students scoring the highest cumulative average for the complete simulation in each Personal Finance class included Bre Steelman, Jacob Vaughan, Bri Williams, Amberlyn Holman and Faith Nuckols.

Special thanks to Jack Daniels Employee Credit Union for sponsoring materials for this simulation.