Hilton Head Island Elementary School third graders KJ Holland, left, and Jacob Roca, center, assist first grader Andrew Jeffrey, right, in choosing an item for purchase during a South Carolina Bank and Trust minor savings program called the Trustee Club at Hilton Head Island Elementary School on February 7, 2014.  A math coach at the school teams up with the bank on Fridays and sets up a little store where the kids can buy a variety of items. That way they can choose to either spend or save.
Hilton Head Island Elementary School third graders KJ Holland, left, and Jacob Roca, center, assist first grader Andrew Jeffrey, right, in choosing an item for purchase during a South Carolina Bank and Trust minor savings program called the Trustee Club at Hilton Head Island Elementary School on February 7, 2014. A math coach at the school teams up with the bank on Fridays and sets up a little store where the kids can buy a variety of items. That way they can choose to either spend or save. Staff photo
Hilton Head Island Elementary School third graders KJ Holland, left, and Jacob Roca, center, assist first grader Andrew Jeffrey, right, in choosing an item for purchase during a South Carolina Bank and Trust minor savings program called the Trustee Club at Hilton Head Island Elementary School on February 7, 2014. A math coach at the school teams up with the bank on Fridays and sets up a little store where the kids can buy a variety of items. That way they can choose to either spend or save. Staff photo

Parents, schools, banks teaching kids how to spend and save

February 16, 2014 4:00 PM

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