As a kid, he learned about Junior Achievement in elementary school in Ohio; now as a Junior Achievement volunteer, Robert Herschede teaches kindergartners at Oakwood Manor Elementary School about using money. The kids in the North Kansas City district school are fascinated by where he works now — Worlds of Fun. “Do you get to ride rides all day?” they ask.
As a kid, he learned about Junior Achievement in elementary school in Ohio; now as a Junior Achievement volunteer, Robert Herschede teaches kindergartners at Oakwood Manor Elementary School about using money. The kids in the North Kansas City district school are fascinated by where he works now — Worlds of Fun. “Do you get to ride rides all day?” they ask. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
As a kid, he learned about Junior Achievement in elementary school in Ohio; now as a Junior Achievement volunteer, Robert Herschede teaches kindergartners at Oakwood Manor Elementary School about using money. The kids in the North Kansas City district school are fascinated by where he works now — Worlds of Fun. “Do you get to ride rides all day?” they ask. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Getting down to business in the classroom

January 03, 2017 12:00 PM