For curriculum directors, teachers and school counselors
Personal finance tools for schools
Financial EDge provides print-based materials and interactive, online programming to support Ohio educators in teaching financial education in classrooms with varying learning styles and technological capabilities. Financial EDge leverages technology, engages non-profit organizations and cultivates public-private partnerships to connect educators with helpful and innovative financial education resources at no cost. To access the materials, click here.
Fifth-grade submissions to Amber Alert poster contest due Jan. 13
The Ohio Attorney General’s office is leading our state’s efforts to participate in a national poster contest for fifth-grade students, which stresses the theme Bring Our Missing Children Home. By Jan. 13, Ohio schools are to submit their best poster to the Attorney General’s office, which will select a state winner to send to the national sponsor, the U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ). At the National Missing Children’s Day Ceremony in Washington, D.C. in May, the national winner will be announced.
Ohio elementary schools can encourage all their children to practice safety tips by conducting local contests and incorporating related lesson plans into the curriculum. To view contest rules, the application and resources, please visit the press room section of the Ohio Amber Alert website. This website also provides prevention tips and notes for parents. Questions may be directed to Vicki Germann at firstname.lastname@example.org, (800) 325‐5604 or (614) 466‐1711.