There may not be students at school right now, but work continues to make sure everything is in order. Aside from all the work going on inside, the outside also has to be tended to. As you can see in the picture, there has been trimming completed on our tree. On average, the grass has to be cut two times a week. Once by full time custodian, Jason Fugate, and once by part time worker, Earl Brewer. It takes several hours each time. Other tasks outside include weed eating, leaf blowing, and weed spraying. In the coming weeks there will also be pressure washing, window cleaning and painting. Keeping the school in good shape takes a lot of work, but MRC the right crew to make it happen.