It began over April vacation, but by the end of the first week back the campus had a new look. The front of the High School received a facelift with a new walk and landscaping, bringing flowers and color just in time for spring. With a new Belgian Block border, the front of the E/MS now has an attractive display of Azaleas, accented by a blanket of red bark mulch. Landscaping additions also include Dwarf Dogwoods, Hydrangea, Yews, and assorted perennials and annuals soon to be planted.
The April vacation also saw the addition of new LED lighting throughout the school, resulting in considerable cost savings. New flooring and other maintenance upgrades were also achieved while faculty and students were away.