Volunteers asked to help with Rockford Senior High School clean-up

ROCKFORD — Rudd-Rockford-Marble Rock School District administrators are asking for help in cleaning up the Rockford Senior High School property after this weekend’s storm.

A message posted on social media yesterday by the school district extends an invitation for teachers, students, staff and community members to help with the clean-up effort starting at 9 o’clock Thursday morning.

Volunteers need to check in at the bus barn behind the school on the east side so that volunteers can be directed where to go.

The social media post says volunteers are asked to bring rakes, brooms, and anything else that will help facilitate an efficient pick-up of the debris around the school.



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