Brock students start T In a world of economic downturns, looming school closures and global warming, a class of Brocklehurst secondary students are selling a positive message for a good cause.
"It's something positive. It seems that everything going on right now is very negative," Grade 12 entrepreneur student Brooklyn Bauer said Wednesday. Taking a cue from Junior Achievement, teacher Nikki Stewart tasked the students with creating and running a company as part of a semester long project that extends beyond the classroom. "I wanted to do a real coach outlet atlanta vintage life experience with them," she said. The class decided to make t shirts with positive slogans. Stewart said this is keeping with the school's theme of thinking beyond coach outlet maryland one's self. One design sports the words ambition, power, individuality and strength. Another begins with the phrase I coach outlet coupons restaurants hope that I will always have the power to make a change. "All of us have known coach outlet coupons lake at least one person who has gone there," she said. The Big Kahuna Sport Company in Kelowna made the T shirts.
Classmate Ashley Fisher said the company makes the school's athletic wear and produced the shirts for a reduced cost. About 145 shirts were made at a cost of $800. Chynna said the class enlisted a corporate sponsor in Urban Systems, which the students won over with a presentation highlighting the project's charity work.
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