Mrs. Carlyle and Mrs. Adair‘s GoWeek groups finished indoor and outdoor projects today on the last days of serving. Old mulch and topsoil was shoveled, raked, and loaded into wheelbarrows then packed into cinder blocks used to enclose the gardens. New mulch was then laid around these gardens. The outdoor crew worked hard and finished a very rewarding week seeing the results of their labor come into fruition. The indoor students continued working to sort through the overwhelming amounts of donated clothing and books to help staff prepare their sales floors. The week was a huge success with bonds formed all around.
Mrs. Adair & Mrs. Carlyle advisories enjoyed seeing the fruits of their labor come into fruition on Wednesday. The students who worked outside finished removing old mulch from around the gardens and spreading new mulch. They finished various outdoor landscaping projects, and the results were beautiful! The students working in the food pantry were able to assist local residents with getting the items they need. This social interaction was extremely rewarding for both the students and the people coming into the shelter.
Today Mrs. Carlyle and Mrs. Adair’s advisories continued outdoor landscaping projects at Round Rock Serving Center. Some of the students also worked in the food pantry sorting donated food items.
Mrs. Carlyle’s 10th grade boys advisory and Mrs. Adair‘s ninth grade girls advisory served at the Round Rock Serving Center. Students did outdoor landscaping tasks to help in the gardens that they grow for the community. . Students also sorted clothing donations, unloaded food trucks and completed other tasks as needed.