Palm Pointe students succeed in their own lemonade stand

Get your ice cold lemonade, for only 75 cents at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition! The first nine weeks of school, students in Kaitlyn Olesik’s autistic middle school class worked very hard on identifying coins and their values. They put all of their prior and new knowledge to the test by opening up their very own class lemonade stand! The students were given the opportunity to make homemade lemonade. They used skills such as following directions, measuring ingredients, taking turns and squeezing fresh lemons! The turnout was great, they had many classes stop by and they got to utilize their new skills. The class would like to thank everyone who participated! Pictured, from left, are Principal Debra Snyder purchasing lemonade from Stephen LePore, and Curriculum Specialist Kathleen Melrose getting ready to purchase hers.