PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Seniors Jenna Tabbaa and Addie Wilson got here up with the thought to renovate the women’ rest room at Rutherford Excessive College for his or her CAS IB mission.
“I simply know that if you wish to go to the lavatory you don’t wish to have a look at vandalism you wish to really feel like you might be in a clear place since you are very weak,” Tabbaa mentioned.
Proper now they’re within the means of beautifying the Constructing 6 women’ rest room. The duo needed to present college students a spot to go that makes them really feel appreciated.
“I type of needed to beautify this rest room as a result of that is essentially the most used rest room in our college and subsequently the dirtiest. We simply needed to present the women at our college one thing good to allow them to are available in right here and really feel like any person is making an attempt to do one thing for them and provides them one thing good,” Tabbaa mentioned.
The women are nonetheless engaged on the mission however they wish to have rest room 6 and a number of the others on the campus freshened up earlier than faculty begins.
As soon as the bogs are accomplished, you’ll discover inspiring messages, work of butterflies, flowers, stars, and different issues to make your day slightly brighter if you come via.
“Typically you would possibly look within the mirror and be having a extremely unhealthy day and studying a very nice quote would possibly make you are feeling slightly bit higher, so that’s the purpose simply to push up women at this faculty,” Tabbaa mentioned.
Tabbaa says she hopes the mission conjures up women at different faculties to do one thing related.
“Get a speaker, and any person you’re good buddies with, donuts and simply paint, and will probably be actually enjoyable,” Tabbaa mentioned.
Up to now the varsity has spent about $1,400 on the mission.
The women are nonetheless in want of donations.
If you’re involved in supporting the varsity, contact the Rutherford Excessive College Assistant Principal Tanja Roulhac at (850) 767-4500.
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