Schools schedule Community Work Days to keep school yards tidy

Written by Joelle Wright on . Posted in Local

When West Baton Rouge Schools Superintendent Wes Watts addressed teachers and administrators at the end of last summer in his first address as superintendent, he encouraged everyone to “Make Awesome Happen.”

This saying has become somewhat of a motto for the district.

Coming into this new 2015-16 school year, Watts wanted to do something to bring together student, parents, teachers and administrators to make that awesome happen.

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