Welcome to Money Matters

  •  Ann Bobo

    Contact Information:

    Email: ann.bobo@rockwallisd.org

    Phone: (972) 772-2474

    Teacher Biography: Ann Bobo grew up in Mesquite and attended Mesquite schools.  She graduated with a Bachelor of Business in 2002, a Master of Business in 2005 and a Master of Education in 2017 from Texas A&M Commerce.  She has been teaching business classes for Rockwall ISD for 17 years.  She currently serves as department coach for RHHS and teaches Money Matters.

    Schedule:

    A Day

    Money Matters 1st period : 8:40 - 9:25 

    Money Matters 2nd period: 9:30 - 11:05 

    Conference 3rd period: 11:10 - 1:10

    Money Matters 4th period: 1:15-2:55

    Money Matters 8th period: 3:00-3:05

    B Day

    Money Matters 1st period : 8:40 - 9:25 

    Money Matters 5th period: 9:30 - 11:05 

    Money Matters 6th period: 11:10 - 1:10

    Conference 7th period: 1:15-2:55

    Money Matters 8th period: 3:00-3:05

     

     

    TUTORIAL SCHEDULE

    Tutorials are provided in person at the following times in 3009:

      • Every morning 8-8:45 am
      • Thursday afternoons 3:50-4:20 pm.

     

    In Money Matters, students will investigate money management from a personal financial perceptive. Students will apply critical-thinking skills    to analyze financial options based on current and projected economic factors. Students will gain knowledge and skills necessary to establish short-term and long-term financial goals. Students will examine various methods of achieving short-term and long-term financial goals through various methods such as investing, tax planning, asset allocating, risk management, retirement planning, and estate planning.

     

    LEARNING GOALS
    (1) The student demonstrates professional standards/employability skills as required by business and industry.
    (2) The student uses career planning concepts, tools, and strategies to explore, obtain, and develop a financial plan.
    (3) The student demonstrates an understanding of a postsecondary plan.
    (4) The student demonstrates an understanding of the fundamental principles of money.
    (5) The student examines economic systems.
    (6) The student examines personal financial activities and the role of government.
    (7) The student discusses economic indicators impacting personal financial decision making.
    (8) The student analyzes the impact of international activities on personal financial decision making.
    (9) The student examines how personal financial decisions are used to achieve financial goals.
    (10) The student understands the purposes of financial service providers.
    (11) The student identifies various investment strategies.
    (12) The student identifies methods to manage personal risk.

     

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