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Campus Improvements Benefit High School Community

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Bayport-Blue Point High School students took on the task of making improvements to the campus grounds this fall, projects that directly benefitted the school community.

A noticeable improvement was the front entrance garden. The Peers to Peers Club cleaned up and planted the flowerbed, which burgeoned with a colorful array of flowers and fauna and which made a great impression on those who entered the high school doors.

Students in Michael Becker’s CAD Architecture class utilized money donated by the Class of 2020 to turn unused space into a senior picnic area. Signs that hang on each of the crafted picnic tables were carved in class with a computer numeric control machine. The picnic area was then fenced in by post and rail fencing, donated and installed by Russell Cohen of Residential Fences Corporation.

As an Eagle Scout project, Logan Robertson hand-crafted a large bench with a flower box, which is located at the high school’s entrance. It has served as a great seating area for students and for visitors to the campus.

Principal Robert Haas congratulated the students on their initiative to improve school grounds. “The students did an outstanding job of improving the campus, and it is wonderful to witness their pride in the campus,” Mr. Haas said.
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