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Stock Market Game Students Recognized for their Achievement

Thanks to a Contribution From FINRA, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
 
finra_logo_std_rgbThanks to a generous contribution from FINRA, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the top student teams and their teachers from the the Houston, San Antonio/South Texas/Valley region of the Stock Market Game were honored at award receptions held in May. Family members and school administrator were also on hand to recognize the outstanding performance of these students. The students learned about personal finance and investing as created stock portfolios that increased their value significantly throughout the program.

FINRA Sponors SMG Awards Receptions for Texas Students

PlainsCapital Bank Hosts SMG Award Winners

PlainsCapital Bank Hosts Award Winners from Carmen Elementary Students 

SMG  Award Winners from LaJoya High School
 Award Winners from Hemphill Middle School
SMG Award Winners from Hemphill Middle School
SMG Award Winners 
 SMG Award Winners - Elkhart High School
 SMG Award Winners 

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Smarter Texas 2015 Conference: A Big Success

2015 Houston Money Week Art Contest Winners

The TCEE 2015 Houston Money Week Art Contest was a great success with winning student art included in a calendar depicting financially appropriate decision making. TCEE thanks Aaron Gladstone and Texas Society of CPAs for their sponsorship of the competition.

Show Me the Money! Teaching Personal Financial Literacy

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Teaching personal financial literacy during the senior year is an important springboard for sending students into the world. This session will provide key lessons that meet the senior economics personal financial literacy TEKS. Experience the hands-on, real world, relevant lessons that you can use in expanding students’ knowledge. Take away copies of lessons and access…

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Bellaire High School Wins 2015 National Personal Finance Challenge

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Bellaire High School won the 2015 National Personal Finance Challenge in Kansas City on Friday May 22nd. Bellaire defeated state champions from 22 other states to win the National Crown. Each team was comprised of 4 members. The first two rounds were individual tests. Round 1 was Earning income and Buying Goods and Services and Round 2 was Saving…

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A Big SMG Thank You!

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Over 6,600 student teams made up of a total of approximately 25,000 students participated in the Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Stock Market Game Program. As the school year comes to a close I wanted to say thank all of the teachers who were a part of the Stock Market Game program. I know they have a very…

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Texas Stock Market Game Team Wins Trip To Washington DC In the Capitol Hill Challenge

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We are excited to report that for the very first time a team from Texas was among the top 10 teams to win a trip to Washington DC. Sara Parriott from Cedar Ridge High School in Round Rock ISD led her student team to a 6th place finish. That is quite an accomplishment considering that…

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State Farm’s Spring Safe Driving Tips

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Pay attention to flood warnings and barricades- they’re typically placed in areas where flooding occurs often and can be potentially dangerous. Avoid driving through standing water, putting yourself, passengers and your vehicle at risk. You can lose control in as little as six inches of water; deeper, moving water can cause stalling or carry  vehicles away.…

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