An A in Business

  • Monday, January 14, 2013

Sixth graders at Westview Middle School, pictured above, recently completed a unique project that saw the class started its own business that made duct tape wallets and bows. After studying the best way to market their product, the students sold the items during lunch. The venture made over $100, and in the spirit of the Christmas Season, the class decided to donate the money to an Angel Tree recipient.


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