Welcome to STCU Kids!

At STCU, Kids ROCK! We believe that financial literacy can start at any age. We offer a number of financial education programs for kids, educational tools, and even free stuff. For more details about STCU financial education for kids, email cbp@stcu.org

Principal on Parade

STCU and the Friendly Sons of St. Patrickare holding a Principal on Parade contest to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Tell us why your elementary school principal deserves to win. If your entry is selected, you and your elementary school principal will ride in the annual...

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Silverwood bound

Last month, STCU celebrated Youth Week by offering fun incentives such as free membership, cash prizes, and Silverwood ticket giveaways. Vanessa of Athol, and Tyler of Spokane, are the two lucky Silverwood ticket winners, each awarded four tickets to the theme park....

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What is STCU?

By: Keith As a community development officer for STCU, part of my job is to talk to students about smart money management. I make it a point to ask each class a simple question: “Does anyone know what STCU, stands for?” More often than not, not one student can guess...

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The barter system

By: Keith Today in the United States, money is used to purchase goods and services. Everything available for purchase has a specific price, in dollars. A movie ticket costs $10 while a sandwich at the deli may set you back $4.50. A new car can cost $25,000… or more!...

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Where did the dollar sign come from?

By: Keith You see the dollar sign “$” everywhere. It’s painted on car windshields at auto dealerships, printed in homework worksheets, and written in newspaper and magazine articles. Heck, the dollar sign even gets its own keyboard button. In the United States it is...

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The dollars and cents of dogs

By: Keith I love dogs. Our family’s first dog was Country, an English springer spaniel who was always up for chasing anything you threw. Then there was Husker, a golden retriever who couldn’t be kept from the water. And now Hoosier, another golden retriever, is a...

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My Life, My Money: Sharing

By: Keith Throughout the year, I get the opportunity to teach students of all ages about the different ways they can handle their money. At STCU, we teach three important components of money management: spending wisely, saving for the future, and sharing with others....

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Fall into fun

By: Keith The Inland Northwest offers many great opportunities for fun. We are lucky to have four unique seasons that bring many different activities to enjoy. I must confess, however, that I didn’t always have this opinion. You see, I grew up in Southern California,...

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Congratulations Ethan, winner of four Silverwood tickets

Last month, STCU celebrated Youth Week by offering fun incentives such as free membership, cash prizes, and Silverwood ticket giveaways. Ethan, a nine-year-old student from Spokane, was one of the big winners. He was awarded four Silverwood tickets after being entered...

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How old is that dollar bill?

By: Keith Most things you buy won’t last forever. Think about it: When you purchase a new pair of shoes, there are only so many steps you can take before the soles wear out. New cars only run well for a certain amount of time before they need repairs. Sporting...

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Join the Kids Club

Kids Club is for kids who want to be smart about their money. It’s easy to become a Kids Club member and comes with great benefits.

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Kids Club VIP for Members

VIPs each earn $10 to save in their STCU First5 or savings account, and eligibility for special drawings and events.

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Caught in the Act

Caught in the Act is a program created by STCU and co-sponsored by Avista that recognizes area students who demonstrate outstanding character and behavior.

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Kids' Deals

Enjoy discounts when you use your Kids Club card at Spokane-area kids’ favorites.

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