Dozens of seniors from Boardman High School participated in the school's first Community Day on November 19. They met at the Bridge of Hope Church on Glenwood Avenue near the high school with rakes, and lawn bags donated by Home Depot and a local landscaping business
The students raked leaves and tidied up neighborhoods near the High School. It began at the Bridge of Hope Church at 8:30 am...and students worked along Glenwood Avenue and Salinas Trail.
“We thought this would be a safe way students could bond, and do something for our community at the same time,” said Principal Cindy Fernback. “Boardman has always supported their volunteer efforts at organizations across the valley, and the opportunities to volunteer have been different this year. We think this effort will bring them some joy and normalcy, as we work on a brisk sunny day in our local neighborhoods.”