Degrees and Certifications:
MVHS Graduate 1984 BS Interdisciplinary Studies (Math & Business Administration) USC-Aiken 1990 MBA - Master's of Business Administration Augusta College 1994 M. Ed. - Master's of Education - Supervision & Leadership Augusta State University 2003 Read to Succeed Endorsement
Mr. Lloyd A Yaun
2023-24 will be my 26th year of teaching and this is my 2nd year at MVHS. This is a homecoming as I am a 1984 MVHS graduate. I teach Business Education including: Foundations of Personal Finance and 1 section of Human Resource Management. When at South Aiken HS, I am proud to say we were the first school in Aiken County to use the Dave Ramsey curriculum beginning in 2014. The Dave Ramsey Personal Finance class is now taught in 7 ACPSD High Schools and the majority of middle schools due to the progress we made at SAHS. In 2018-19, I served on the South Carolina Department of Education committee to update the Personal Finance State Standards. I would dare say Aiken County is the unofficial home of the HS Dave Ramsey class in South Carolina.
In Personal Finance, each student is issued a copy of the data and textbook (not a physical textbook) via online streaming and the text can be saved on Office 360 OneDrive . The vast majority of our work will be completed in class. We would not be able to teach this class except through the generosity of Richard Young Associates located in Augusta, GA. Their contact information and location are at Richard Young Associates, 205 Hudson Trace, Augusta, GA 30907(706) 739-0725 or (800) 860-6577. RYA@ryaltd.com The weblink is Richard Young Associates Homepage. Financial Advisor John Travis is the reason we have the program here at SAHS. Here is a link to his homepage.....John Travis - Financial Advisor
Get with your child and gain access to an online textbook; the link is https://ramseyclassroom.com/#/sign-in/
All Personal Finance classes are expected to turn in weekly Business Articles every week. The questions are listed on my page under the link, "Article Questions". If a student is absent, they are expected to turn into the teacher upon their return.