SHEPHERDSVILLE, KY - The job of being a grownup isn't easy. But a high school in Kentucky is hoping to make the transition from adolescence to adulthood smoother.
Bullitt Central High School in Shepherdsville, KY held an event called "Adulting Day," WAVE-TV reports.
Instead of the normal subjects, the student got instruction from people in the community. Among the topics were dorm room cooking, credit cards, and changing a tire.
The event was given to seniors at the school.
Christy Hardin, director of the school's family resource center, told WAVE she got the idea from a Facebook post that had made the rounds in the community. It was from a parent who suggested that students needed a class in taxes and cooking.
Police were also part of the event, and talked about how to interact with them at traffic stops.