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Lindley Elementary

This video is about Lindley Elementary kindergarteners studying money with Junior Achievement

Never too early to learn the value of a dollar

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Genesis Garza, a kindergartner at Lindley Elementary, puts together a piggy bank given to the class as part of Lincoln Financial's Junior Achievement class Thursday. The program for kindergartners, JA Ourselves, teaches students about helping, working, earning and saving.
Photos by Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
Sabrina Caldwell, left, a Lincoln Financial Junior Achievement volunteer, teaches Kelly Braun’s Lindley Elementary kindergarten class Thursday. The elementary school program teaches concepts of business and economics.

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