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Entrepreneurship designs shirts for students

Jack Dreyer ‘17 and Alex Dougherty ‘17, sort the “Roll Drags“ shirts out by size. The shirts will be handed out in time for the Johnston versus Urbandale basketball game Dec.16.

Jack Dreyer ‘17 and Alex Dougherty ‘17, sort the “Roll Drags“ shirts out by size. The shirts will be handed out in time for the Johnston versus Urbandale basketball game Dec.16.

Abby Nichol

Jack Dreyer ‘17 and Alex Dougherty ‘17, sort the “Roll Drags“ shirts out by size. The shirts will be handed out in time for the Johnston versus Urbandale basketball game Dec.16.

Abby Nichol

Jack Dreyer ‘17 and Alex Dougherty ‘17, sort the “Roll Drags“ shirts out by size. The shirts will be handed out in time for the Johnston versus Urbandale basketball game Dec.16.

Abby Nichol
Stefanie Stanisic ‘17 and Madison Nanke ‘17 assist teacher Tim Brickley in the organization of the “Roll Drags” shirts the entrepreneurship class Dec. 13. The shirts will be handed out in time for the Johnston versus Urbandale basketball game Dec.16.

Entrepreneurship has been making t-shirts for the student body. The objective of the class is to eventually make a JHS store, where students can find merchandise at anytime, while also having school spirit.

The class is hoping to get enough people interested that they can make enough t-shirts so students can just buy shirts whenever, rather than having to preorder them. They are hoping to eventually have other items other than just t-shirts. They are also making joggers, windbreakers and hats.

The class is working closely with Broken Arrow company to help make the shirts. “We will soon start practicing printing our own shirts,” said Caroline Ludwig ’17. “So in the future we will strictly be printing on our own shirts.”

As of Dec. 12 the class had sold 92 roundabout shirts and 96 Dragon Nation shirts.

Order forms are available at the accounting office, Room 216, or on Twitter. Social media is a very important part of making the shirts. “We wanted to get into the social media thing because it’s very big now,” Howie Butler ’18 said. “We originally were going to try to set up a Facebook page, Instagram page and Twitter.”

As of right now, the Twitter page can be found at @JCSD_DragonDen.

 

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