John Osborne– Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – As the hectic first quarter ends, Mustangs may start noticing a series of renovations LRHS underwent over the summer.
Changes ranged from small things like washing the signs, to larger changes such as adding courtyard flags and new plants.
Some of the new changes that have been made are new plants and shrubs around LRHS, new banners, many courtyard flags, new “Keep Off the Grass” signs, and entrance mats.
Senior secretary Yesika Salcido said, “These are just a few of the many changes we plan to make to brighten up the look of our school, this is a great start and I am excited to see just how great we can make our school look.”
Many touch ups have also been done like the marquee facelift, washing signs by the road, painting trash lids, and the trimming and cutting of trees.
Salcido said her favorite addition has to be the new “Keep Off the Grass” signs, not because they keep the grass from being trashed, but because of the inspirational messages on them.
“You never know if a kid is having a bad day or not and something as simple as seeing a nice message can mean something great to them, these can help people get into the mood they need to be in to take control of the day,” shared Salcido.
The improvements on campus include-
- All trees cut and trimmed
- New plants and shrubs around campus
- New banner
- Courtyard flags
- New entrance mats
- Marquee facelift
- Washed signs by road
- Painted trash lids
- Stay off the grass signs