The fourth-grade students of Auna Oman at St. Francis de Sales Catholic School used their entrepreneurial skills to create businesses whose services they would sell to other students at their school. Their businesses included such things as face painting, selling treats, selling pens and pencils, sports cards, and manicures. In all they raised over $200 to be donated to charities of their choice. The students selected the Delta Animal Shelter and Fr. Hubby's School in India.
Pictured are, from left, Delaney Zellar, Olivia Brazda, and Kaylie Gould, who sold pop and goodies as part of their efforts to raise money. Below, Dan Michalik, Christian Lawrence, and Gunnar Collins sold sports trading cards at their business.