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Administration Renovates Wilson’s Look

By BELINDA KUO
STAFF WRITER

 Wilson administration approved the decision to repaint the classroom doors and the gym’s logo during the summer.

 As part of the regular up-keeping of Wilson, the renovation received funding designated for project improvements.

 According to Assistant Principal Samuel Sanford, the painting enhancement is a maintenance decision designed to ensure the best school environment.

 “Paint fades, and every few years, it is important that the school refreshes its paint to make sure that the [campus] looks up to date. I think it shows the community how much [admin] cares about the school,” Sanford said.

 Furthermore, Spanish teacher Liz Orth explains the importance of the new paint on campus.

 “I love the [freshly-painted campus], because it looks more regal and classy,” Orth said. “It brightens our campus, allows teachers to feel more pride in where they work and elevates our school [mood].”

The change is especially surprising for senior Anabelle Solórzano, who has mixed feelings about the current paint.

“The paint makes the school look more aesthetically pleasing. [However], I feel like the colors could have been chosen better. I do not care for the yellow at all,” Solórzano said.

 Wilson administration plans to continue painting additional wording inside the school.

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