High school students at Watford City were showing off their innovative thinking today.

The students in the Youth Entrepreneurship Program set up shop in the school hallway where students, teachers, and the public could check out their creations.
From bath bombs to specialty foods to handmade jewelry, the students sold their wares all day long.

(So did you sell some?)
(George Boneta, Watford City Junior) “Yes, we did. We had a full table completely loaded with bath bombs and we have sold a lot. I think we only have seven left out of 100 bags.”
(Aaron Cummings, Watford City Marketing Teacher) “We teach in the program to teach students how to solve problems for profit.”

The teacher says Watford City is the only school in the state participating in the nationwide Young Entrepreneurship Program.