Help Our 5th/6th Grade Basketball/Cheer-leading Teams Get Shirts!
Help me give my students team shirts that show off their accomplishment of an undefeated season!
This project expired on March 26, 2019.
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The boys and girls in the 5th/6th basketball and cheerleading program are very responsible young men and women who are successful in the classroom. They have had the same success and on the court and have gone undefeated. Please help me get them shirts to show their success and unify them as a team.
My school is at a high poverty rate.
These young men and women want to look professional on the court but do not always have the funds to pay for what they need. Many of them play on several traveling sports teams and costs get very expensive for parents. With the funding of these shirts, this will ensure that these students stay active in sports and feel successful.
These shirts will help our players create a sense of unity among them. Not only that, but they will have their team logo on the front and each player’s last name and jersey number on the back which will help foster a sense of pride in each of our players. These boys and girls will all look professional with matching shirts. When they are supporting each other by sitting in the crowd as a team, others will be able to recognize the team support. What a great way to show support for each other and create that sense of unity! This will also encourage other classmates to come to cheer on each team when the players wear these to school on the day of each game. Success in sports has an everlasting impact on students.
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