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FALA Volunteer Corps

Campus Beautification Days

Come help clean up our campus and make it beautiful…!

Team Captain: Debbie Bodin
(928) 527-1677 or debbie@flagstaffcentral.com

FALA Beautification DayThroughout the school year, we will be working to schedule campus clean up days where we encourage all of the FALA families to come on down for a few hours to help get the school looking beautiful.  Caring about our campus and its impact on the surrounding community is one of the best ways that we can show our school pride.

Beautification TeamWe will work on developing projects with FALA staff, teachers, and students throughout the year to meet the evolving needs of the FALA campus.  We will be doing our best to include activities for all physical and skill levels.

 

 

School Beautification Days
Are All About

Learning New Do-It-Yourself Skills

Meeting Other Parents & Students

Enjoying Getting Your Hands Dirty

Getting Service Hours for Volunteering

Showing Your School Pride in our Campus!

Help us Keep our School Beautiful!

Beautification News Highlights

Plants Are Planted

Plants Are Planted

We planted more than 40 native plants on campus this past Saturday! A big thanks to Christi Sorrell for making sure that they were all successfully planted, Phil Hagen/Jason Crawley for collecting plant donations and making sure that we had everything that we needed, and our great volunteers that put in all the work on… Continue >>>

Campus Planting Event

Campus Planting Event

Saturday, October 6 9:00 am to Noon Fall is the perfect time to plant! Join us for another FALA Campus Beautification Event and help with planting many donated native plants. Botanist, Christi Sorrell, will be helping us put the plants in the best spots to ensure their survival and appeal.  We will also be putting weed blankets and mulch around some… Continue >>>

Weeding Success!

Weeding Success!

Thank you to all of the FALA parents, students, and staff that turned out for our invasive weed Beautification Event on Saturday morning.  A special thanks to our wonderful botanist, Christi Sorrell, who explained the importance of getting rid of those nasty, non-native weeds and showed us how to identify them.  We learned that these… Continue >>>