SHS Club Service Day
On Wednesday, May 21st, Springville High School joined to help make our community a little bit more beautiful. Many of the school’s clubs joined together to clean up around the school, and the FFA overlooked planting flowers along Main Street in Springville. Twenty-one planter boxes were given a new look that day, with eight gorgeous plants in each one. All of the plants were grown in the FFA greenhouse, which is located at Springville High School.
While it was the FFA members that instigated this part of the school wide service project, many members of the local National Honor Society chapter were there, along with Student Council members. At the entrance to the parking lot at the high school, there is a large, engraved rock that the class of 2012 donated. The areas around this rock, and the trees that line the road, were weeded in order to make our school the beautiful place we know it to be.
On May 21st, the FFA from SHS overlooked the planting of flowers in the planter boxes on Main Street that were recently painted by students from Merit Academy.