PERRY — Students in Perry Public Schools’ consumers math class visited Carl’s Nov. 9 and 10.

Students were given a grocery list and were asked to price shop for the items. Students had to find and compare a name brand with a generic brand. Back at school, students calculated the total for the brand name products and the generic items.

Students who worked remotely were given the option of going to a store near them or completing the activity by looking at items on a store’s website.

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