BCE Endowment Council Presents:
Financial Literacy for Middleschoolers
Financial Literacy can be defined as the ability to process economic information and make informed decisions about financial planning, wealth accumulation, debt, and retirement. Three key components of financial literacy are knowledge & understanding, behavior, and attitudes & confidence.
BCE Endowment Council hosts interactive online event series exclusively for
Burlingame students in 6th - 8th grade and their families.
The fourth session in the series will include an engaging discussion or credit including:
What is credit
Using credit wisely
Credit and debit cards
This program is offered without cost to Burlingame families by the
BCE Endowment Council and our generous sponsor
Recordings available below for 2021 prior programs;
(note the period at the beginning of the passcode)
How Money Works
Saving, Spending, and Budgeting
How Banks Work
No Passcode Required
Pre-teen/teen jobs including
The importance of working
Options to earn/make money
Thank You to our Business Partners for helping
to make these programs possible!
A strong foundation of financial literacy provides support for a variety of lifelong goals such as saving for retirement, using debt responsibly, and running a business.
The goal of the BCE Endowment Fund is to be a permanent, self-sustaining fund. The principal is invested and all or part of the earnings are used to help support the costs of Burlingame School District programs and goals in a given year.
THE ENDOWMENT: Investing for the Future
To provide a source of permanent financial stability to BCE’s annual grant to the Burlingame School District that will meet the needs of future generations of public school students for years to come.
Our great public schools are a key reason that Burlingame is such a desirable place to live. Our schools contribute to strong property values, local businesses, and a vibrant community.