School Programs and Sites

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School Programs and Sites
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To cover expenses for special occasions—
prom, birthdays, trips, etc.
WESTconsin School
Programs and Sites
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To pay for unexpected expenses—car repair,
auto accident, outrageous cell phone bill, etc.
Your partner in financial literacy
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To take advantage of unexpected
opportunities—a trip, hard to get tickets to a
concert or sporting event, a great sale, etc.
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To help you achieve financial goals—buying
a car, computer, vacation, etc.
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To pay for college or job training.
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To avoid credit card debt, use your savings.
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To have an emergency fund to cover dayto-day expenses if yyou lose yyour jjob or yyour
parents stop paying your expenses.
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or your future.
To prepare for
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To give you peace of mind.
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Write it down
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Price your goal
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Set a date for reaching your goal
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Develop a plan
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Take the first step toward achieving them
High School Sites
WESTconsin partners
with area school districts
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and operates five
high school offices.
Students and staff have
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immediate access to
financial resources,
while student tellers
gain valuable work
experience.
Resources for Educators
Reach the financial literacy goals in your
classroom with workbooks and guides, online
activities, games, topical speakers and much
more—available at no cost to you or your school!
Services
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Account transactions
Cash payroll and personal checks
Open savings and checking accounts
Initiate loan application process
Saving, planning and budgeting assistance
Financial education materials, tools & games
Locations
All of high school offices are open during student
lunch periods on the following days:
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Amery High School
Monday, Tuesday and Friday
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Hudson High School
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Menomonie High School
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
New Richmond High School
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
River Falls High School
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
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Middle School Savings Program
WESTconsin partners with Riverview Middle School in
Barron, using the Kidz Credit Union savings program.
WESTconsin Scholarship Program
$1,000 scholarships are awarded annually to
graduating high school seniors from communities
served by WESTconsin offices.
Applicants must be WESTconsin
Credit Union members. Online
applications accepted
beginning October 1.
Resources for Kids and Parents
Access fun games and simulations that teach real life
money skills. Interactive learning tools, topical stories,
calculators and more for all ages.

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