The adolescent community embarked on a new adventure in beginning their micro-economy with their Catholic peg dolls.
One student developed the proposal for the peg dolls and gathered the supplies needed, painted them, packaged them, and ensured they would be ready for sale. With A1 classmates assisting, the adolescents sold the peg dolls at Grandparent’s day on North and South campus. At the end of the morning, the adolescents had accrued $130 dollars from their sales! Some of the proceeds will go to repaying their materials loan, but the remainder will go towards a fund of purchasing necessary items the adolescents desire for the A1 environment.
These students are capable, resourceful, and ready to contribute to the community as active individuals in society and this project is just another example of their skill and readiness!