School Beautification Day is Aug. 18

iLEAD School Beautification Day

Please join us on August 18th, from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. for our School Beautification Day. We want our learners to utilize the garden beds, fruit trees and the beautiful spaces around them the first few weeks of school. We are in need of help to clear away the weeds, rake, and sweep away the brush.

We also need help around the campus with power washing, clearing away webs and picking up the trash. When school begins, our learners will take it from there, maintaining the beds and leaving things better than they found them.

Please bring whatever tools you have to help with the beautification process:

  • Hoes
  • Powerwashers
  • Shears
  • Garbage bags
  • Brooms
  • Etc.

We would appreciate all of the support and look forward to building relationships with our families towards making our school spaces beautiful and using them to their fullest capacity. The campus is located at 11311 Frascati Street in Agua Dulce.


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