Wells Fargo to web host Student Monetary Education Day time
According to Mark H. Chapman, Utah Regional Bank Communications for Wells Fargo, the bank may host a Student Financial Education Day at most of its Utah locations a prior weekend not too long ago, Sept. twenty-one, to promote its Hands on Banking program, available on the web at www.handsonbanking.org.
The purpose of the event is to help educate learners and their parents about the importance of money administration, establishing credit score and getting ready to pay for college or university. The program shows parents and students how to use spending strategies, protect against identification theft and use credit score wisely to build a good credit score and prevent debt. For more information, visit www.wellsfargo.com/about/csr or contact a local Water wells Fargo financial institution.
Ecker Hill to keep evacuation drill
Ecker Hill Center School is going to be conducting an unexpected emergency reunification drill down on Friday, Sept. twenty-seven, from 13 to 1: thirty-five pm College students will practice evacuating home, reunifying inside a central place (behind the LDS Church on Kilby Road), in addition to being released into a parent or even guardian.
The goal of the exercise is to practice plus evaluate the procedures in place to have an emergency occasion. For more information regarding the exercise, get in touch with John Corridor, Assistant Principal at EHMS, at 645-5610.
Shining Stars managed successful fundraiser
In accordance with a press release, the Glowing Stars School, a cooperative educational experience and non-profit school inside Park City, had a great turn-out associated with eager putters at the Valleys Resort plus mini-golf training course on Weekend, Sept. 12-15.
The big event raised money for 47 preschool in addition to kindergarten students. The money raised provides students along with supplies, hired specialists plus learning materials. To contribute, offer support or learn more about the school, go to www.shiningstarsparkcity.org.