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updated: 3/19/2013 11:05 AM

Junior Achievement brings 'JA in a Day' to Des Plaines South School

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  • (pictured) Acting Mayor Dick Sayad (right) addresses South Elementary School Third Grade students on the value of setting goals and pursuing their dreams.  Also pictured (left to right) City Clerk Gloria J. Ludwig (seated), Third Grade Instructor Jennifer Oshinski, Junior Achievement Coordinator Alia Asiaban, Third Grade Instructor Claudia Janzen, Substitute Teacher Sandra Sloma and Junior Achievement Volunteer Nancy Fischer. (Not pictured South School Principal Lori Poelking.)

      (pictured) Acting Mayor Dick Sayad (right) addresses South Elementary School Third Grade students on the value of setting goals and pursuing their dreams. Also pictured (left to right) City Clerk Gloria J. Ludwig (seated), Third Grade Instructor Jennifer Oshinski, Junior Achievement Coordinator Alia Asiaban, Third Grade Instructor Claudia Janzen, Substitute Teacher Sandra Sloma and Junior Achievement Volunteer Nancy Fischer. (Not pictured South School Principal Lori Poelking.)
    Karen Kozenczak

 
Karen Kozenczak

Local officials recently visited South Elementary School in Des Plaines as part of the Junior Achievement (JA) in a Day Program. JA in a Day classes hosted at South School focused on financial literacy. The local JA Program includes students Kindergarten -- Grade 12. The Program was designed to help facilitate a partnership between agencies/companies and local schools to educate and inspire students regarding success in the workplace. Des Plaines area Junior Achievement Coordinator Alia Asiaban and South School Principal Lori Poelking welcomed Des Plaines Acting Mayor Dick Sayad and City Clerk Gloria J. Ludwig into the Third Grade classroom where they discussed local government, careers and the value of goal setting as a means of success. "We really enjoyed the opportunity to share our experiences and time with our Des Plaines students," Acting Mayor Dick Sayad commented. JA in a Day offers individuals the opportunity to share their experience and expertise with students. Volunteer instructors are sought. If you have a career experience you would like to share with young people, contact Junior Achievement Coordinator Alia Asiaban at aasiaban@jachicago.org or call her at 708-456-1400 (X282). For additional information visit the Junior Achievement website at www.ja.org.

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