Mrs. Ruplinger’s 3rd-grade class conducted an entrepreneurship project, where learners started their own “business” and sold items during the iLEAD Spring Meadows winter program. Third- grade learner Marshull Fitzpatrick came up with a donation box for the homeless. Mrs. Ruplinger’s class raised $25 for their charity, The Cherry Street Mission. (Toledo’s Best Marketing matched their funds for a total donation of $50).
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The ‘E’ in iLEAD is for Entrepreneurship
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