by Natalya Kyler
On January 20th, we had J.A Day, or Junior Achievement Day, some of our parents came in to talk to us about global marketing in sixth grade, insurance,debit and credit cards, budgeting in seventh grade, and eighth grade discussed different careers. This program started in 1919 by Horace Moses, Theodore Vail, and Senator Murray Crane .
Every year, parents come in to teach us about what we need to know to succeed in our future.The JA program is all throughout the US helping kindergartners-12th graders better understand what’s in store for their future Even though some may seem a little boring, they will always be very important to our futures. It’s never too early to think about how to make our future bright.