- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 5, 2016

LELAND, Miss. (AP) - Five students from Leland Middle School are learning the value of entrepreneurship by running their own business.

The Delta Democrat-Times (https://bit.ly/29ppnrW ) reports that their company is called 21st CCSLC Creations Inc.

Meara Brown, Irvin Palmer, Derrick Walker, Mallory Johnson, Jayden Felston and La’Darius Pratt held a news conference last week to show off their products.

They sell student-designed picture frames, stressed wood rock pictures, tie-dye T-shirts and keychains, soap, cologne, books, sculptures and pencil holders.

The students are learning about business through a project sponsored by the 21st Century Community Learning Center, which has partnered with Leland School District since 2010.



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