MRTF 2019

MRTF awards $500 grant to PBHS teacher
Posted on 08/27/2019
(Left to right) Dr. Scott Dill, Anne Moyer, Pam Davis, John Moyer, James Barnhill and Jan Duffy.

Poplar Bluff High School business education teacher Pamela Davis was awarded a $500 grant from the Missouri Retired Teachers Foundation on Wednesday, Aug. 14, so students can create interactive folders detailing concepts learned in personal finance class. 

“Students will be learning objectives centered on budgeting, saving, credit/lending, checking, financial decision making, spending, taxes and earning income,” wrote Davis in her proposal. “My goal is to help them prepare for their future by creating a resource of knowledge, which they can take with them to reflect on.” 

The funding will be used toward supplies for approximately 90 students, including file folders, binding rings, play money, hole punches, writing utensils and other materials. 

Davis was among seven regional recipients chosen in the association’s annual classroom grant program. 


Cutline: (Left to right) R-I Superintendent Dr. Scott Dill, MRTA Region 12 Vice President Anne Moyer, teacher Pam Davis, MRTF board member John Moyer, Butler County Unit Vice President James Barnhill and Butler County Unit Secretary Jan Duffy.

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