Hilton Head High student Kaylee Krull, 17, center, reacts to her $1,080 monthly grocery cost required to feed herself and her five imaginary children Wednesday morning during Reality Store, an exercise designed to educate students about financial choices they may have to make as adults. Fran McKinney, right, and other volunteers from local businesses helped students understand the costs of living.
Hilton Head High student Kaylee Krull, 17, center, reacts to her $1,080 monthly grocery cost required to feed herself and her five imaginary children Wednesday morning during Reality Store, an exercise designed to educate students about financial choices they may have to make as adults. Fran McKinney, right, and other volunteers from local businesses helped students understand the costs of living. Sarah Welliver
Hilton Head High student Kaylee Krull, 17, center, reacts to her $1,080 monthly grocery cost required to feed herself and her five imaginary children Wednesday morning during Reality Store, an exercise designed to educate students about financial choices they may have to make as adults. Fran McKinney, right, and other volunteers from local businesses helped students understand the costs of living. Sarah Welliver

Hilton Head students get a dose of dollars-and-cents reality

February 16, 2011 06:39 PM