Harlem HS Student Creates Shirts to Encourage Us to Be Better
What started as a school project has turned into something more beautiful than planned.
Logan Hartje just finished his junior year at Harlem High School in Machesney Park, Illinois. The last few months of the 2019/2020 school year brought some interesting challenges for students during the COIVD-19 pandemic.
One of the challenges Logan was faced with was how to resurrect an idea from his Sports and Entertainment Marketing class after the school year ended. The class was given an assignment to create, market and sell a product. The goal was also to earn $500 from selling their creation. Once the school was closed, class requirements were changed and the assignment was no longer one of them.
Logan's desire to create something led him down a different path once the school year was over. During our conversation, Logan spoke of how many of his peers are really struggling during the pandemic. His greatest hope is that this design he created with his teacher, Jason Warner (Screw City Creations), could help restore some happiness for his friends and anyone else who just wanted to wear a positive reminder.
Imagine a world where we all led with this kind of love every time we made a move.
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