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D ay W ith T he S uperintendent Iowa Jump$tart Coalition DWTS Presentation By Rod Reed, Iowa Jump$tart President
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Iowa Jump$tart Coalition 2009 Primary Accomplishments Coordinated Money Smart Week Held the 9th Annual Personal Financial Literacy Conference
Iowa Jump$tart Coalition 2009 Accomplishments In April, Iowa Jump$tart coordinated the Chicago Federal Reserve Money Smart Week in 3 Iowa locations: Des Moines; Cedar Rapids; and Davenport; and also –hosted the Jump$tart Financial Forum –coordinated 100 partnering organizations who hosted over 100 events –produced a 12-page newspaper insert on financial education topics –awarded a scholarship for the Money Smart Kid essay contest –extended Money Smart Weeks outreach to about 8,000 students by touring schools with Ben Franklin
Iowa Jump$tart Coalition 2009 Accomplishments The 9th Annual Personal Financial Literacy Conference was held in July at Simpson College in Indianola with over 70 teachers attending. Jeanne Handeland, a Personal Finance teacher at Estherville-Lincoln Central High School, was named 2009 Financial Educator of the Year at the conference
Conference Teacher Sponsors Farmers & Traders Savings Bank First Citizens National Bank Glenwood State Bank Keystone Savings Bank – Marengo Marion County State Bank Mt. Vernon Bank & Trust Company State Bank of Ledyard
Iowa Jump$tart Coalition 2009 Accomplishments Iowa Jump$tart selected and sponsored Business Teacher Roger Poling, Dubuque Hempstead High School, to represent Iowa in November at the National Jump$tart Financial Literacy conference in Washington, DC.
Iowa Jump$tart Coalition 2010 Accomplishments/Plans Iowa Jump$tart again coordinated the Chicago Federal Reserve Money Smart Week. The 10th Annual Personal Financial Literacy Conference will be held on July 22 & 23 at DMACC in Ankeny.
Iowa Jump$tart Coalition 2010 Accomplishments/Plans Attended NationalJump$tart award Dinner in Washington, DC Attended ISU Financial Capability Symposium March 30 -31 in Ames
National Jump$tart Award Dinner Federal Leadership Awards to FDIC Chair Sheila Bair, and Sec. of Education Arne Duncan NFCC introduced its national poster contest winner Adrian Kimmok, an 11th grader from Torrance, CA
ISU Financial Capability Symposium Audience was primarily educators The State of Iowa is in the process of developing the Iowa Core Curriculum which includes incorporating Financial Literacy as a subset of 21 st Century Living Skills an unfunded mandate as one educator put it. What can my bank do to assist in improving the financial capabilities of the citizens of our community, whether theyre students or adults?
What can your bank do to help? Provide Support –Money –People –Facilities
Provide Support - Money Teacher Training Research – What works – what doesnt Real world materials Help Schools with unfunded mandate to build financial literacy K-12
Provide Support - People Liaison between business community and Educators Guest lecture Partner with the Community
Determine Community Needs Determine Community Assets Lead – Help set a vision for financially capable adults.
TS Bank Institute TS Bank, Treynor State Bank, provides $250,000 gift to develop a K-12 Financial Literacy program in the Treynor Community School over a five-year period. Director of the TS Bank Institute will be responsible for the successful design, development, and implementation of the financial literacy curriculum, working with school faculty, parents, and community members to analyze, assess, and improve the K-12 financial literacy program as well as financial literacy throughout the community.
TS Bank, Treynor, Iowa To perform the above duties and maintain focus on the Financial Literacy Program, the Director would office inside the Treynor School System, and spend the majority (>75%) of their time focused on this program.
TS Bank, Treynor, Iowa The Treynor Board of Education and administrative team are excited about the commitment from TS Bank to expand our school and business partnership within our community. It is truly a unique opportunity for our school district for the Guttau family and TS Bank employees to offer their resources and support to ensure that all Treynor students are exposed to essential skills in the area of financial literacy, states Kevin Elwood, Superintendent. See www.tsbank.com/#/sponsorship.
TS Bank, Treynor, Iowa We are all looking forward to learning from this partnership and how this program may be used in other Iowa schools, remarks Nadene Davidson, Interim Head of the Department of Teaching & Director of P/K-12 Collaboration and Innovation at the University of Northern Iowa. See www.tsbank.com/#/sponsorship. We have a long-term vision of this program reaching far beyond state lines. This will be a pilot project that the Department of Education and the Loess Hills Area Education Association 13 will be monitoring closely, to help TS Bank rollout to other schools around the country, states Glenn Grove, Chief Administrator, Loess Hills AEA 13.
Closing Comments We feel it is part of our responsibility to arm consumers with the facts, because the more educated they become, the better decisions they can make about their financial futures – and the earlier they learn it, the better! states TS Bank President and CFO, Josh Guttau.
Closing Comments …a brighter future is not achieved individually, but through a collaborative effort of everyone working together and making smart money choices, says Adrian Kimmok, an 11th grader from Torrance, CA.
Last Closing Comment Its about the kids! Its about our future!!!