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This event is designed for high school personal finance course teachers and those strongly integrating personal finance in other high school courses.  Please complete this short application to be considered for the Financial Fitness Extravaganza.  Teachers accepted are also eligible to receive a partial to full scholarship towards graduate credit.  High school teachers teaching a full-semester personal finance course will be eligible for full graduate credit tuition scholarships and free dorm housing if traveling from over 1 hour away.  Meals during the event schedule will be provided along with all the free educational materials.


June 22-23, 2015      
        Monday, June 22nd - 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (lunch/break provided)
              *Morning is for participants who did not attend in 2013 or 2014

        Monday, June 22nd - 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Banquet)
              *Keynote Speaker:  Steve Feilmeier, the Executive Vice President and    Chief Financial Officer of Koch Industries, Inc.,

        Tuesday, June 23rd - 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (breakfast/lunch provided)
              *If you attended before then you are invited to attend again
                to receive new information and hear new speakers/topics.

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PARTICIPANT INFORMATION: (We will need to communicate during summer)
 First Name:  
Last Name:  
Home Address:  
  City: State: Zip:
Home Phone:  
Summer E-mail:  


School Name:  
USD #:  
School Address:  
  City: State: Zip:
School Email:  
Grade(s) Taught:  
Department/Major Subject Areas:  
Will you be teaching a full semester personal finance course during the 2015-16 school year? NO, I do not teach a full semester personal finance course.  I will be strongly integrating personal finance into other courses.

YES, I will teach a full semester high school personal finance course next year.

What classes are you scheduled to teach during the 2014-15
school year where you will be teaching personal finance?
Are you a certified teacher currently under contract with a Kansas school?  



Currently, how are you integrating personal finance into your classroom, if at all?
List resources being used if possible.

Will you need housing in the new dorm?





Housing is available at the WSU dormitory.  Housing costs will be provided in full for teachers who are teaching a full semester course thanks to a grant from the Fred C. & Mary R. Koch Foundation and from over 1 hour from WSU. 

  No, I do not need housing

  Yes, I would like dorm housing (please select one of the follow room types)
               Private Bedroom (up to 4 private bedrooms sharing public area)
                     $41 if not provided by KCEE
               I would like to share a suite - $36 if not provided by KCEE
                     Preferred Roommate Name: 

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