By Staff Reports
(Victorville)— On October 21st, Taylion High Desert Academy joined residents from across Victorville for the city’s Community Clean Up Day.
A total of 18 volunteers represented Taylion Academy, cleaning up the desert lot on the corner of Seneca Road and Amargosa Road, picking up a total of 29 bags of trash. Volunteers were composed of members of Taylion’s Student Council, parents, family members, and staff members, all giving a few hours of the day in order to make the desert a cleaner and safer place.
“This was our largest turnout of volunteers for a Community Clean Up Day,” said Taylion High Desert Academy Principal Evelyn Sandoval. “Our Student Council was eager to help out our community, and they did a fantastic job.”
Taylion High Desert Academy is a free public charter school, serving grades K-12 with programs in Home School and Independent Study. With locations in Adelanto and Victorville, Taylion Academy aims to bridge the academic achievement gap through a personalized learning model that prepares students to be college and career ready.
To learn more about Taylion Academy, call (760) 843-6622 or visit the charter school online at www.taylion.com.
About Taylion Academy
Taylion Academy is a free public charter school serving grades K-12. With programs in Independent Study, Home School and Virtual School, Taylion has a program to meet every student’s needs. Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), Taylion has locations in Victorville, Adelanto, and San Bernardino. For more information on Taylion, visit www.taylion.com.