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‘Adulting Day’ teaches Kentucky high schoolers how to pay bills, cook, change tires

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SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. (WZTV) — A Kentucky high school’s “Adulting Day” is stirring up a lot of conversations online.

At Bullitt Central High School, seniors spent time not learning math, science or social studies – but instead learned real-life skills.

According to WAVE, the community even got involved, participating in one-on-ones. Students learned about dorm-room cooking, how to change a tire and pay bills.

Police spoke with kids about interacting with officers at traffic stops.



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