ASB IS IN SEARCH OF ARTISTS, DESIGNERS, AND CREATIVE MINDS!
Think about including:
- Your grade level: 6th, 7th, or 8th
- Our school mascot: Yellow Jacket
- Our school initials: LBMS
- Our school colors: Green and Gold
- Our core values: Respect, Excellence, Community
Create your ORIGINAL design (one you create, not copy) in either landscape or portrait format. You can hand-draw your design or create it on a computer.
Submit the design in either PDF OR JPG to Mrs. Harney at firstname.lastname@example.org OR a hardcopy of the original art to the Main Office in an envelope marked "ASB T-Shirt Contest."
The winning design will be printed using 2 ink colors. As part of your design, you can also select the color of the shirt.
One design will be picked by student vote on Google Classroom. To be considered, the design must follow the guidelines listed above and be turned in with the information below. The winner's prize is a FREE t-shirt with the winning design printed on it and $50 Luther Bucks! The winning student-designed t-shirt will be sold by LBMS ASB!
Due to Mrs. Harney or the Main Office* (see above) by NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, JANUARY 28TH.
Please include this information when you turn in your design:
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