•  Welcome to Personal Financial Literacy:

    Curriculum: In accordance with the State Core Curriculum Standards, we will be studying the following topics:
    • Goals and decision making, 
    • careers and planning, 
    • budgeting, 
    • saving and investing, 
    • use of credit, 
    • banking services, 
    • transportation issues, 
    • housing issues,  
    • risk protection (insurance)
    • There is also an optional unit regarding funeral expenses. Students may opt.


    Class Expectations:  The DVRHS Student Conduct Code Philosophy says it best:


    • Students should respect themselves, their school, teachers, administrators, staff, peers, property, their iPads, and the rights of others. I would add substitute teachers to that list, as I expect students to treat subs as guests to our classroom.


    • Students are responsible for their actions and must assume the consequences for their choices. I also see flexibility as a key component to good relationships, and understand that students at this age may need guidance to make good choices. 

    I am available (in order of my preference!)

    • email carolynwolsiefer@dvrhs.org 
    • home at 782-5975 
    • DVRHS- 996-2132 x8169 (voice mail system).


    Please feel free to contact me regarding your student.


    Ms. Wolsiefer


Last Modified on September 25, 2020