Junior Class Selling Apparel

Delta Apparel Choices
By Gavin Wilson

Eagle’s Eye Online


What do hoodies, joggers, and scarfs have to do with prom? All three and more are currently being sold by the Delta High School junior class in an effort to earn more money for this year’s prom, which will be held on Saturday, May 12 at the Horizon Convention Center.

“All money (earned) will go towards prom, after-prom, decorations, and additional supplies we need,” Junior Class President Claire George said.

Class officers and sponsors decided on this fundraiser because it’s apparel everyone likes and the clothing will withstand everyday life. They also thought it would be better than selling candles or food items.

“We wanted to stay away from other groups’ fundraisers,” said Mrs. Miranda Hummel, Class of 2019 co-sponsor. “The more money we earn, the better the prom will be.”

Hummel said prom at Horizon and after-prom at Union Chapel’s One Eighty building may cost  $6,000 or more. The Junior class has $2,200, without the earnings of concessions added to the total.

“We want students to have a spectacular prom, but those proms cost money,” Hummel said. “We need everyone’s support.”

With each purchase the junior class will earn a profit of $5 to $8 depending on the item. The items included in the fundraiser are: Girl Wearing Delta Apparel

Adult Sizes

*Tee shirts (design A and B) ($10)

*Long Sleeve T-Shirt ($14)

*Hooded Sweatshirt ($21)

*New Era Baseball T ($21.50)

*Ladies New Era Baseball T ($21.50)

*Sport Tek ¼ Zip ($30)

*Ladies Sport Tek ¼ Zip ($30)

*Fleece Jacket ($35)

*Ladies Fleece Jacket ($35)

*Joggers ($20)

*Fleece Headband ($12)

*Spectator Scarf ($15)

Youth Sizes

*Tee Shirt ($10)

*Long Sleeve T-Shirt ($14)

*Hooded Sweatshirt ($21)

The fundraiser will end on Feb. 1. Orders are expected to arrive by Feb. 15. Order Form

If interested in purchasing something or if you have questions, please contact Miranda Hummel or Alicia Fuller at mhummel@delcomschools.org or afuller@delcomschools.org.