McClain High School’s annual Community Service Day, known as MHS Day, was held on Friday, May 13. Students and staff spread out across Greenfield doing all sorts of chores, like planting flowers, weeding, mulching, picking up litter and painting, to name a few.
Students also cleaned up the town’s bike path, worked at the Greenfield cemetery, painted weights in the school’s weight room, and painted fire hydrants.
Traditionally, students have painted hydrants in purple and gold, but this year their hydrant projects have seen a variety of different themes. To see more photos from the day, visit the McClain High School Facebook page.
Submitted by Angela Shepherd.
Senior Caitlin Skaggs is pictured painting sea creatures on a fire hydrant near the Elliott Hotel.
Many students joined in removing and then painting all the weights in the school’s weight room.
Juniors Gavin McCune, Jaden McCoy and Elijah Martinez mulch a flower bed along South Washington Street near the city building.
McClain Juniors and Seniors helped unload a delivery to the Greenfield Christian Center pantry on this year’s MHS Day.
Senior Bryson Badgley and juniors Ava Calhoun and Rachelle Priest paint ceiling tiles at New Directions on MHS Day. The ceiling tiles represent New Directions donors.
Global Studies professor Steve Roble (far left) gives a brief history lesson on the McClains (note the McClain monument far left) to his class of freshmen before they go start their day of cleaning up at the cemetery for MHS Day 2022.
Brooklyn Bond and Emery Smith, both juniors, added a touch of spring with flowers and bright colors at the fire hydrant at the corner of Jefferson and Fourth streets.
Juniors Hailey Legge and Desiree Jackson mulch the flower beds near the town building during MHS Day.