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September 21, 2018

The Market Is Strong At Sharp Elementary School


It was a bull market at Lura M. Sharp Elementary School when 17 teams from the school’s fifth grade classes invested $100,000 each in theoretical money into company stocks as they participated in The Stock Market Game.

Stock Market Game team members from Sharp Elementary School join together for a group photo. The school featured 17 teams, one of which bested more than 45 teams across Central New York and ranked 28th overall in the state from more than 2,620 teams ranging from elementary to high school age.

Stock Market Game team members from Sharp Elementary School join together for a group photo. The school featured 17 teams, one of which bested more than 45 teams across Central New York and ranked 28th overall in the state from more than 2,620 teams ranging from elementary to high school age.

At the end of three months, seven of the teams had realized a profit, and one team stood out as the Stock Market Game champions.

The team not only bested the rest of the Lura M. Sharp teams, but they took first place among 45 regional teams in the Central New York area.

Team members Logan Godfrey, Daulton Evans and Aidan McCormack also were ranked 28th overall in the state out of 2,620 teams from elementary to high school grades.

From left are: Tom Trowbridge, fifth grade teacher; Andrea Lomber, Principal at Sharp; top earning team members Daulton Evans, Logan McCormack, and Logan Godfrey; and Kristen Foland, Assistant Principal at Sharp.

From left are: Tom Trowbridge, fifth grade teacher; Andrea Lomber, Principal at Sharp; top earning team members Daulton Evans, Logan McCormack, and Logan Godfrey; and Kristen Foland, Assistant Principal at Sharp.

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