PCSD recognizes innovative students at second annual Young Entrepreneur’s Day on March 7
March 23, 2020
On March 7, 2020, 22 students participated in the second annual Young Entrepreneur’s Day at Normandy High School. Open to students in grades 3 – 6, young business innovators showed off their new product and service ideas to judges for prizes.
Students created tri-fold boards to display their ideas, as well as how they would design, budget and market their invention.
The program was organized by Parma City School District’s Workforce Development program and sponsored by John Carroll University’s Entrepreneurship Program and Kwik Car Wash.
Here are the winners of this year’s event:
3rd and 4th Grade Division:
1. Jenica R. (4th Grade) Thoreau Park
2. Jolene V. (3rd Grade) Renwood
3. Shree P. (4th Grade) Pleasant Valley
5th and 6th Grade Division:
1. Lauren R. (6th Grade) Hillside Middle School
2. Beau M. (5th Grade) Hillside Middle School
3. Pujan P. (6th Grade) Greenbriar Middle School
Overall Category Winners:
Best Presenter – Timothy S. (6th Grade) Shiloh Middle School
Best Board – Viviana C. (6th Grade) Shiloh Middle School
Most Innovative – Viviana C. (6th Grade) Shiloh Middle School
Best Business Name/Logo – Riley S. and Ashley R. (6th Grade) Hillside Middle School
Best Slogan – Ryan Z. (5th Grade) Greenbriar Middle School
PHOTO CAPTION: Chuck Caldwell, PCSD Administrative Specialist for Workforce Development, congratulates a student at Young Entrepreneur's Day at Normandy High School on March 7.