Tag Archives: adulting

Students voice opinions on financial education classes

By Ruby Balbuena and Taylor Vu Staff Writers Denali junior Daniela Rojas took an adulting class during the past year. She has gained more knowledge of financing because of the adulting class that she took.  Rojas said she learned “different skills to make my transition into adulthood less confusing and stressful,” Rojas said. “For example, we learned how to do

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High school students not taught about the financial curriculum for adulting

By Ruby Balbuena and Taylor Vu Staff Writers High school students aren’t being taught about financial necessities. Summit Denali High School has offered adulting classes in the past, but it no longer does. In the past, many teenagers were taught about finances because it was easy to understand, but now the finance world has become a lot more complicated.  Well

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Adulting 101 teaches students independence

By Kyle Kobetsky and Evangeline SiStaff Writers Most schools leave students unqualified for their adulthood, but the Expeditions course Adulting 101 explores how to prepare students for the near future. The course focuses on increasing students’ well-being and ensuring they are able to develop the skills necessary to live alone. “In Adulting, I teach five areas of well-being that have

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Adulting develops students’ lifelong skills

By C. M. Bateman Tahoma Editor-in-Chief The Expeditions course Adulting prepares students at Tahoma for real-world obstacles that their regular core classes cannot address. Instead of content like math and English, the class focuses on how to deal with responsibilities a typical adult faces, like personal finance, job application techniques and how to live a healthy lifestyle. “I’ve become a

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