Volunteers ‘Touch Up’ Schurr High

By EGP Staff Report

Volunteers on Oct. 12 paint a Schurr High School kiosk used to sell tickets for campus events. (Courtesy of MUSD)

Volunteers on Oct. 12 paint a Schurr High School kiosk used to sell tickets for campus events. (Courtesy of MUSD)

Over 50 volunteers displayed their “Spartan pride” Oct. 12 by pitching in to make minor improvements to beautify the Schurr High School campus.

Students, local businesses owners and sponsors Power 106, Robert Wayne Footwear and Timberland Outerwear, power-washed the school’s amphitheater and painted large planters, the campus kiosk, basketball backboards and football stadium press box.

“We’re just very appreciative that the community wants to come out and help our school,” Schurr High Principal Stacey Honda said. “For us, we like to take ownership of the way our school looks.”

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