Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Holmes Elementary hosts cleanup day

Cleaning up Holmes Elementary School hosted more than 100 volunteers at a school cleanup day on March 9. Volunteers spread more than 25 yards of mulch, designed native plant areas and made progress towards an outdoor classroom.

Volunteers from Madison High School's JROTC and Key Club were on-hand to help, along with Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, families, students and staff. The volunteers worked throughout the morning, and left with a great sense of pride for their school and the community.

“It was a great experience to work together and beautify our campus. I appreciate the support of families at Holmes and the Madison community,” said Jonathan Saipe, Principal. The school cleanup is one of the curb appeal projects sponsored by the Madison Community of Schools.

For more information contact Saipe at or 858-496-8110.