Verona high schoolers lend marketing hand for fifth-graders’ products

VERONA — One conversation at a parent-teacher conference has led to the sixth year a Sugar Creek Elementary School class has visited Verona High School to work with students there. That first year, the grade-schoolers started getting help making videos for the products they create during an economics unit. Sugar Creek fifth-graders visited the high school to get help from students in an economics class to create marketing tools for their products created for the Fifth Grade Economics Bazaar. ANDY MANIS, FOR THE STATE JOURNAL materials. Junior Hanna Houtakker said she saw her role as a “guide” to help fine-tune her fifth-grade partner’s ideas. Sugar Creek Elementary fifth-grader Adelaide Voss takes a video of Verona High School juniors Jacob Walton, left, and Caleb Bohrer showing off the mini chalkboard Voss created for the Fifth Grade Economics Bazaar. Sugar Creek fifth-graders visited the high school to get help from students in an economics class to create marketing tools for their products. ANDY MANIS, FOR THE STATE JOURNAL Fifth-grader Alex Cataldo and sophomore Ryan Van Handel talk about how to market Cataldo's airplane Christmas tree ornament Dec. 9 at Verona High School. Sugar Creek fifth-graders visited the high school to get help from students in an economics class to create marketing tools for their products. ANDY MANIS, FOR THE STATE JOURNAL True or False: You need to bring your SAT admission ticket to get into the test center.

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VERONA — One conversation at a parent-teacher conference has led to the sixth year a Sugar Creek Elementary School class has visited Verona High School to work with students there.

The partnership was hatched by Tammy Makovec, who works in the high school’s business, marketing and information technology department, and JoBeth Kroetz, a fifth-grade teacher at Sugar Creek who had Makovec’s son, Daniel, in her class, about ways they could collaborate. That first year, the grade-schoolers started getting help making videos for the products they create during an economics unit. Sometimes they also make printed promotional

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Senior Anna Heinzen and fifth-grader Jena Green Gus work together to create a marketing video for Green Gus’ bookmarks on Dec. 9 at Verona High School. Sugar Creek fifth-graders visited the high school to get help from students in an economics class to create marketing tools for their products created for the Fifth Grade Economics Bazaar. ANDY MANIS, FOR THE STATE JOURNAL

materials. Last year, when Kroetz taught second…

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