|Contact Person(s):||Crystal Steiner|
|Telephone:||937-323-4725, or 937-305-8288|
Junior Achievement Mad River Region
Junior Achievement (JA) is a not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to educate and inspire young people to value free enterprise, business, and economics to improve the quality of their lives. JA is the successful bridge between education and the business community.
Ourselves-Kindergarten-Social Studies- HIST-2 PIS-1-2 GEOG-1,7 ECON-1-3 GOVT-1 CRR-1-4 SSS-1-5 Language Arts- PAWRF-1 VOC-1 RP-1-4, 7-9 RAITP-1 3,5 RALT-2-3 WA-1 COMM-1-4 Mathematics-MEAS-4 NNSO-9-10 GSS-1-3
Our Families- 1st Grade-Social Studies- HIST-5 PIS-1, ECON-1-3 CRR-1-5 SSS-1-6 GOVT-1 GEOG-1 3,5-7 Language Arts PAWRF-1,8,10 VOC-1,4 RP-1 6,8,9 RAITP-1,2,4,5 RALT-2,3 COMM-1-4 Mathematics- NNSO-6, 10-12
Our Communities- 2nd Grade-Social Studies- HIST-5 GEOG 1,5,6 ECON-1-3,5 CRR-1-3 SSS-1-3,5,6 GOVT-1,2,4 Language Arts- PAWRF-1-3,8 VOC-1,4 RP-1,3,4-6 RAITP 1,3,5,6 COMM-1-4,6-8 WP-3,4 WA-4 WC-1 RSCH-1,4,5,6 Mathematics- NNSO 1,6,10 PFA-7 DAP-1,2,7
Our City- 3rd Grade-Social Studies- HIST-3 GEOG 1,3,6-8 ECON-1-7 GOVT-1 CRR-1-3 SSS-1-4,6 Language Arts- VOC 1,4 RP-1,5-7 RAITP-1,2,4 COMM-1-8 WP-1-4,11 WA-4,5 WC-1 Mathematics- GSS-4,5 NNSO-2,4,12,14,15 MEAS-1,5 MEAS-1,5
Our Region- 4th Grade-Social Studies- GEOG-2-10 ECON1,2,3,5 SSS-1-3,5-7,10 GOVT-1 CRR-2 Language Arts- VOC-1,9 RP 1,4,5,7-9 RAITP-1 4,5-7 WP-3,4 WA-5 RSCH-1 3,6 COMM 1-8 Mathematics NNSO-2,8,9,13,14 PFA-6
Our Nation- 5th Grade-Social Studies-HIST-6 ECON 1-3,5,6 SSS-1,4,6-9 Language Arts- VOC 1,8 RP 1,4-8 RAITP-1,4-9 WA-5 WP-1,3 5,9,12,15,17 WC 1,4,5 COMM-1-8,10 Mathematics- NNSO-1 PFA-5,6
Materials Available for Teachers/Students
Junior Achievement programs are taught by volunteers from the community. Junior Achievement provides full training and support for all volunteer consultants. In addition, JA provides detailed lesson plans and all materials needed to teach the class. Classroom teachers are also provided with supplemental activities that can be completed outside of the volunteer’s regular lessons to enrich and reinforce the content of the program. Volunteers generally visit the classroom once weekly (30-45 minute periods) for 5-12 week depending on the program. However, flexible scheduling is offered to accommodate your needs.