NCB donates grant to Hillsboro High School


NCB donated a $2,000 technology grant to Hillsboro High School for having the highest percentage of students complete the NCB Money Matters Program during the 2014-15 school year. The NCB Money Matters Program is a free, online financial literacy program sponsored by NCB, at no cost to the school. NCB has partnered with leading education technology company EverFi, Inc., to bring this interactive, web-based financial management program to over 775 students since the program’s inception in 2012. In the 2014-2015 school year, the program reached more than 375 students throughout Highland and Brown counties. Pictured are Hillsboro High School teachers Paula Kiser and Darci Miles and NCB Marketing Communications Manager Heather Cummings.


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NCB donated a $2,000 technology grant to Hillsboro High School for having the highest percentage of students complete the NCB Money Matters Program during the 2014-15 school year. The NCB Money Matters Program is a free, online financial literacy program sponsored by NCB, at no cost to the school. NCB has partnered with leading education technology company EverFi, Inc., to bring this interactive, web-based financial management program to over 775 students since the program’s inception in 2012. In the 2014-2015 school year, the program reached more than 375 students throughout Highland and Brown counties. Pictured are Hillsboro High School teachers Paula Kiser and Darci Miles and NCB Marketing Communications Manager Heather Cummings.

NCB donated a $2,000 technology grant to Hillsboro High School for having the highest percentage of students complete the NCB Money Matters Program during the 2014-15 school year. The NCB Money Matters Program is a free, online financial literacy program sponsored by NCB, at no cost to the school. NCB has partnered with leading education technology company EverFi, Inc., to bring this interactive, web-based financial management program to over 775 students since the program’s inception in 2012. In the 2014-2015 school year, the program reached more than 375 students throughout Highland and Brown counties. Pictured are Hillsboro High School teachers Paula Kiser and Darci Miles and NCB Marketing Communications Manager Heather Cummings.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Technologygrantpic.jpgNCB donated a $2,000 technology grant to Hillsboro High School for having the highest percentage of students complete the NCB Money Matters Program during the 2014-15 school year. The NCB Money Matters Program is a free, online financial literacy program sponsored by NCB, at no cost to the school. NCB has partnered with leading education technology company EverFi, Inc., to bring this interactive, web-based financial management program to over 775 students since the program’s inception in 2012. In the 2014-2015 school year, the program reached more than 375 students throughout Highland and Brown counties. Pictured are Hillsboro High School teachers Paula Kiser and Darci Miles and NCB Marketing Communications Manager Heather Cummings. Submitted photo
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