CENTRAL SQUARE – National Honor Society students of Paul V. Moore High School recently took it upon themselves to work on the landscaping of the Millard Hawk Primary School courtyard as a community service project.
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18 students weeded, divided plants, put new plants in, trimmed and raked on their half-day off to get the courtyard looking nice for summer, under the supervision and leadership of NHS advisor Melissa Staats.
“It was refreshing to see kids willing to stay later on a half-day and jump right in and get dirty,” said Staats. “They are a wonderful group to work with.”
Central Square National Honor Society requires its members to do one chapter service project.
The maintenance of MHP is an option for the fall and the spring.