On Aug. 16, Frankford Elementary School held a campus cleanup to spruce up the campus grounds. Members of the staff, parent and student volunteers, and nine representatives of the Spartan football team, led by Coach Ray Lee, participated in the cleanup.
Frankford Elementary Principal Linda King expressed her gratitude to all of those who came to assist. “We still have a lot of work to do, but the custodial staff and I would never have been able to accomplish all summer what the group did in one day. The Frankford campus is absolutely beautiful,” she said.
“The landscaping project that was implemented several years ago by former principal Bedford McClintic was carried out with a lot of thought and planning. Our custodial staff has worked non-stop over the summer to prepare the building for another school year. As a result of the significant rainfall during June and July, the need to mow several times a week significantly added to their workload. Our grounds are the focal point of the school, and I am extremely appreciative of our custodians and all who volunteered their services on this 92-degree day. I am eternally grateful to community volunteer, Brandi Duffield, who coordinated the campus clean up,” King said.