Give Back to FPC Day was held on Saturday, April 7.
About 150 students spent their Saturday morning cleaning the planters, repainting walls, touching up Bulldog paw prints and picking up debris around Flagler Palm Coast High School on April 7 for Give Back to FPC Day.
Student groups, sports teams, clubs and classrooms were invited to the school-wide beautification project, started by Principal Dusty Sims and Activities Director Cheryl Perry.
"In the fall, we were talking about how many things we have for kids — all the activities, clubs, sports and all that," Sims said. "We really do provide a lot for the kids. So, (Perry) had talked a little bit with SGA about giving back. ... The kids said, 'Let's do a Give Back to FPC Day.'"
Sims added that the school made sure to hold the event before it got too warm at the end of the school year.