Katie Stacks with Family Trust Federal Credit Union watches Thursday as fourth-grader Ayanna McCloud, 9, writes a check at the store at Oakdale Elementary School. The students in Laura Haun's class get credit union bucks for good behavior. They deposit the bucks in their accounts and can write checks for items at the store.
Katie Stacks with Family Trust Federal Credit Union watches Thursday as fourth-grader Ayanna McCloud, 9, writes a check at the store at Oakdale Elementary School. The students in Laura Haun's class get credit union bucks for good behavior. They deposit the bucks in their accounts and can write checks for items at the store.
Katie Stacks with Family Trust Federal Credit Union watches Thursday as fourth-grader Ayanna McCloud, 9, writes a check at the store at Oakdale Elementary School. The students in Laura Haun's class get credit union bucks for good behavior. They deposit the bucks in their accounts and can write checks for items at the store.

Fourth-graders get a handle on finances via mock accounts

November 18, 2007 12:39 AM

UPDATED November 18, 2007 12:53 AM

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