Stu­dent-run work pro­ject en­hances school en­trance

The Southern Berks News - - NEWS - From Wendy Sweet

Twelve stu­dents from Daniel Boone High School’s Chris­tian Stu­dent Fel­low­ship met on Nov. 20 to com­plete a ser­vice pro­ject.

They started plan­ning this pro­ject in Sep­tem­ber with the help of Mr. McKnight and Mr. Blanken­biller. They mea­sured a plot of land out­side the high school and laid out rocks to spell the word “BLAZ­ERS.”

They still had a pile of rocks left af­ter­ward, so the stu­dents then laid a bor­der sur­round­ing the words and a path along­side the rail­ings. Once the huge pile of rocks was gone, the stu­dents were able to spray paint the let­ters blue and white to rep­re­sent the school’s col­ors.

The end re­sult was a well-done de­sign to make the front of the high school look bet­ter.


The stu­dents in­volved in the Blazer pro­ject were Jay­don Leisure, Erin Goudie, Taran Hartwell, Jayce Leisure, Ju­lianna Michaels, Cait­lyn Koch, Alyssa Wentzel, John De­mers, Zoe Sweet, Ci­en­nali Gon­za­lez and, miss­ing from pic­ture, Austin Har­ris.

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