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Inside Look at the Work of UHS Custodians

Jazmin Colon, Fine Arts Editor

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Even though the work they do is some of the most important work, janitors are some of the most underappreciated staff at a school. They mow the grass so that you aren’t walking through 3-foot tall weeds on your way home. They clean the classrooms so you have a clean space to pay attention and learn. They set up the lunch room and then clean it afterward so you aren’t eating in someone else’s crumbs. The janitors go above and beyond to make sure we have a clean school to learn and have fun at, and it is important that we know their names…(To read the rest of this story, pick up a copy of The Hawkeye from the newsstand near the front office or the media center.)

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