Press Release: 30 Iowa High Schools win $1000

April 10, 2013 at 10:19 am

Congratulations to these Iowa schools for winning $1000!!  These schools participated in the 2013 Iowa Financial Know-How Challenge. 44 Schools qualified for the cash drawing.

See the full press release.

Alburnett High School Alburnett
Ames High School Ames
Bellevue High School Bellevue
Camanche High School Camanche
Centerville High School Centerville
Central City High School Central City
Central Community High School Elkader
Central High School DeWitt
Davis County High School Bloomfield
Decorah High School Decorah
Denver High School Denver
Hempstead High School Dubuque
Humboldt High School Humboldt
IKM-Manning High School Manning
Independence High School Independence
Kingsley-Pierson High School Kingsley
Marquette High School Bellevue
Marshalltown High School Marshalltown
Mid-Prairie High School Wellman
Moravia High School Moravia
North High School Sioux City
Northeast Hamilton High School Blairsburg
OA-BCIG High School Ida Grove
Pleasant Valley High School Riverdale
Prairie High School Cedar Rapids
River Valley High School Correctionville
Sioux Central High School Sioux Rapids
Southeast Polk High School Altoona
Thomas Jefferson Council Bluffs
West Marshall High School State Center
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