About the LBPZ:

The "Lawton-Bronson Print Shop" started with the idea of bringing an innovative student-run enterprise into our school district. The mission of the Lawton-Bronson CSD is to "Prepare all students to contribute productively to the global world of work and community." With the guidance of district leadership, we decided how better to prepare our students for success beyond the classroom walls than with hands-on learning experiences. Our students have the opportunity to learn about business from the beginning of designing products/projects all the way to the fulfillment of orders. This print shop provides our students with a unique experience to have an impact on the Siouxland Community and even some national projects, which generates excitement throughout the classes. Students have designed posters, bus safety decals, senior night big heads, wall decals, banners, car decals, floor decals, and even fridge magnets. None of this would be possible without the support of our administration, community, and local business and charitable organizations.  

Available Inventory:

Contact Mr. Busch @ buscha@lb-eagles.org to place your order. - Custom orders available

Eagle Head Car Decal


Pink Out Eagle Head Car Decal


Basketball Car Decal


Basketball Car Decal


Marching Eagle Car Decal


Marching Eagle Car Decal


Canvas Eagle Head Wall Decal


Canvas Pink Out Eagle Head Wall Decal


Canvas Eagles Wall Decal

24x16 $30

10x7 $15

Canvas Marching Eagle Wall Decal

24-INCH $30

15-INCH $20

12-INCH $10

Eagles Wall Decal

36-INCH $30

24-INCH $20


Lawton City Sign Contest

The Lawton-Bronson Community School District partnered with the City of Lawton mayor, council, and city staff on the Lawton City Sign Project. This all began with the mayor of Lawton having a discussion with a teacher in the district about continuing to advance the school district and our Lawton and Bronson communities. This discussion took place near one of the old city of Lawton signs, which sparked an idea for a hands-on project-based learning opportunity for our students with the new print shop. High schoolers in various business classes competed in this City Sign Design Contest. Students, school staff, and the city staff all voted on 40+ sign designs, and two designs were chosen as the winners. Carson Shoumaker (Class of 2023) and Collin Dunnington (Class of 2024) had the winning sign designs that had specific design aspects used to create the final product. The next step of the project was to print the design graphic in the new school print shop, and the final step was the application of the sign graphics to the two sign panel backings (8' x 16'). This beautiful design can be seen both on the west and east sides of town right off of Highway 20. Without the help from the local businesses and community members who helped support the development of this new print shop, these types of project-based learning opportunities wouldn't be available for our students. The city of Lawton would also like to thank Wiatel/Aureon for the grant to help offset the costs of this project. To the city of Lawton mayor, council, and staff, thank you for letting our students positively contribute to the city image and also see their work every time they drive through the town. 

Old City Sign

New City Sign 2023

Collin Dunnington Class of 2024 Design

Carson Shoumaker Class of 2023 Design

Combination of the winning designs

Sign Voting Station

Sign Printing

Sign Printing

Court Sponsorship Fundraiser


2022 Homecoming Parade

2022 Big Head Project

How it Works


Around the School

Around Town