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July 7, 2014

Delahunty students place 1st, 2nd

HERMITAGE — Three teams of students from Delahunty Middle School in Hermitage placed in the Economics Pennsylvania Stock Market Game.

Molly Piso and Kayci Flickinger, both sixth-graders, took second place in the Elementary Division.

Delahunty students won both first- and second-place in the Middle School Division. Bethany Krystek and Lydia Liszewski won first place. Kyle McDonough and Cole Reynolds took second place.

Nancy Bires coached the Delahunty students. The Center for Economic Education at Butler County Community College held a luncheon May 13 to honor the students. Butler County Community College is the sponsor for this region.

The Stock Market Game is an online simulation of Wall Street trading that provides a framework for teaching students about the American economic system. It is designed for classroom use to help students understand the stock market, the costs and benefits of investing, the sources and uses of capital, profit and loss, and many other related concepts.

 

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