WE ARE CREW, NOT PASSENGERS
“Hi, I’m Beau and I’m nine-years-old,” said Beau Leach, third-grader, extending his hand to Matt Isner, a mechanic and owner of Timing Belt King, a local automotive repair shop. Beau pitched a closet system that automatically sorts and organizes clothes by color, the entrepreneur explained his costs of doing business and the profit margin of his product. “I charge 105 dollars for my product,” said Beau. “It costs 46 dollars to make and I have a profit of 59 dollars.”
"It seems like it has some properties of a liquid and a solid," said Sydni Ellis, sixth grade student at PPSEL during an exploration of the properties of matter Aug. 24.
Jack Pietraallo has been named District 49’s new director of transportation.