What can a hungry bunch of penguins and a teenager thinking about clothing teach us about economics? Plenty, according to the Kansas Council for Economic Education.
Two Indian Hills students’ were among the 18 from across the state to earn recognition in the Kansas Council for Economic Education’s annual poster competition. Ileana Arruda’s poster on opportunity cost and Noah Manalo’s poster on scarcity earned them wins in the 6th-8th grade division of the competition. See the posters below:
Arruda, Manalo and their teacher Mrs. Judith Schieszer, along with the students’ families, will get to attend an awards dinner in May where they will be recognized for their accomplishment.