Students teach financial health


Financial Specialist students Victoria Nader and Haley Dillman assist students during the FETCH program.

Financial Specialist students Victoria Nader and Haley Dillman assist students during the FETCH program.


GREENVILLE — Greenville Middle School sixth-graders recently participated in a financial education activity called FETCH. FETCH is also known as Financial Education Teaches Children Healthy Habits.

The program is set in a dog park and through the game, teams of students managed the finances of owning a pet. With each turn, students used critical math and thinking skills to earn money for basics like a leash and collar, budget for unplanned expenses and save money for the future.

Employees from S. J. Meyer & Associates Inc., CPAs of Englewood and Ault Henderson & Lewis CPAs of Greenville volunteered their time to facilitate this program.

Also assisting were GHS Financial Specialist program students Sarah Brandon, Haley Dillman, Makayla Hanes, Victoria Nader and Logan Gorrell.

Financial Specialist students Victoria Nader and Haley Dillman assist students during the FETCH program.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2015/11/web1_webfetch.jpgFinancial Specialist students Victoria Nader and Haley Dillman assist students during the FETCH program.