LINDEN — On Wednesday, Dec. 12, Linden School 10 students in kindergarten through grade five were visited by trained Junior Achievement volunteers. These volunteers work for ParenteBeard & Fazio, Mannuzza, Roche, Tankel, LaPilusa CPA Firm.
Junior Achievement is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children by inspiring and preparing them to succeed in a global economy. The volunteers connect with a class of students to instill confidence and teach about financial literacy, life skills, and the economic value of a diploma.
Second graders Gianna Frino, Volunteer Heather Troupos, Patrick Beriont, Leticia Rodriguez learn about communities through hands-on activities. The students learn about workers, and the work they perform in communities. (Photo by Linden Public Schools)
Kindergartners Veronica Kwiecinski, Jequil Miles, Monica Perez, Anthony Sainato, David Duran, Arian Cekic, Sebastian Hoyos, Erick Landy, Kiana Valencia, Gabriela Wilczynski, volunteer Bryan Saftlas, Gabriel Machala, Joelle Jimenez, Karlee Petty, Jake Sousa display their certificates from Junior Achievement. (Photo by Linden Public Schools)
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