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Students build community through service projects on Green Apple Day of Service

Students build community through service projects on Green Apple Day of Service


On Saturday, Oct. 2, Burnsville High School student-volunteers participated in Green Apple Day of Service, a day of action to transform schools into safe, healthy and sustainable learning environments. 

Students signed up for different time slots during the day to clean up areas of the campus, from the front and back parking lots and Pates Stadium to the tennis courts and athletics fields. 

“I can’t tell you how proud I am of all our students volunteering their time to help clean the campus and demonstrating a sense of community and belonging at BHS,” said Youth Services Coordinator Courtnee Jackson Floback.

Students who volunteered are: 

Munira Abdi, Ajmal Abdirahman, Cash Achenbach, Ayan Adan, Shami Aung, Umith Azad*, Forrest Bowman, Lexi Bruesehoff, Cade Bunnell*, Jayden Chow, Anna Demarre, Savannah Eastman, Lauren Escamilla, Yohanes Eshete, Avi Ewoldt, Ryan Fors, Brooke Friese, Michael Goettle, Reuss Gregory, Molly Halvorson, Michelle Orellana Hernandez,  Ayan Jama, Arykah Jones, Reilly Klug, Satta Kuna, Paige Leagjeld, Kaylee Marczak, Huda Mohamed, Madison Murray, Wana Nouh, Zoe Olson*, Nyamusi Ombait, Valentina Penaloza, Hailey Peterson, Khiya Rath, Ellie Scheldburg, Amber Skavnak, Kaylene Thao, Morgan Tholl, Anna Tran*, Dan Tran,  Daniella Umez, Gabriella Umez, Colin Westrum and Martha Wondimu.

The list of students includes those who volunteered as part of a school group or team, including Alpine Ski, AVID, BurnsvilleStrong and National Honor Society.

To learn more about student volunteer opportunities at Burnsville High School, contact Courtnee Jackson Floback at

*Youth Service Advisory Council student-leaders