High School Senior Service Day Set for Friday, Dec. 2

Raking leaves into a pile

Nov. 8, 2022

More than 40 students from Brentwood High School’s senior class will be giving back to their community as part of a large-scale leaf raking effort scheduled for Friday, Dec. 2. This service will be provided free of charge to Brentwood community members that have been nominated by their families, friends and neighbors.

“We want our seniors to feel connected with their classmates and engaged in their community,” said Senior Class Sponsor Emily Diaz. “We are excited to give back to a community that has always supported our school district.”

Students plan to rake as many lawns as possible between 1-5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2. The school will provide yard waste bags and rakes, and all bags will be placed at the curb for removal by the City of Brentwood on the regularly scheduled trash day of each residence.

To nominate a member of the community for this service, please complete the Senior Service Day nomination form before Friday, Nov. 25. If there are more nominations than students are capable of serving, a committee will meet to select the community members with the greatest needs.

“Brentwood High School seniors have a longstanding tradition of providing volunteer service in our community,” said Principal Dr. Ed Johnson. “So to have them connected to the community and to each other with a sense of purpose is just amazing.”