Monday, February 7, 2011

On to the State Finals!

And we're not talking about sports . . .

On Wednesday, February 2, 2011 five students from the Business, Computer and Information Technology Department’s Finance classes earned the distinction to represent Neshaminy High School and the Neshaminy School District in the Pennsylvania’s LifeSmarts Challenge State Finals. The student competitors, Brian Chatot, Mary Clarke, Alex McCaulley, Scott Morantz and Ryan Rebea, will travel to Harrisburg on February 24 to compete against nine other high school teams from Pennsylvania. The first place winner of the Pennsylvania competition will earn the right to compete at the national challenge in California.

LifeSmarts, the ultimate consumer challenge, is an educational program that develops the consumer and marketplace skills of teenagers across the United States. The LifeSmarts program is run by the National Consumers League and supported by Pennsylvania’s Office of the Attorney General.


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