When students and staff returned to West Point Elementary school this week, they noticed some ground improvements and a new learning space – outside of the walls of a typical classroom. A group of Interface champions dug into the paint, dirt, and cement for this year’s Green Apple Project to support the organization’s partner in education school.
The Green Apple Project is part of Mission Zero Week where employees from Interface spend work hours beautifying the community. For at least the last four years, the organization has tapped West Point Elementary for a variety of projects that help make a more pleasant school environment. Jason Friedman, a Manufacturing Manager at Interface said, “We do this every year to reach out to the community. We usually choose schools where we replace carpet, do landscaping projects, pick up trash, and anything we can do to beautify our community.”
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