Administration Renovates Wilson’s Look
By BELINDA KUO
Wilson administration approved the decision to repaint the classroom doors and the gym’s logo during the summer.
As part of the regular up-keeping of Wilson, the renovation received funding designated for project improvements.
According to Assistant Principal Samuel Sanford, the painting enhancement is a maintenance decision designed to ensure the best school environment.
“Paint fades, and every few years, it is important that the school refreshes its paint to make sure that the [campus] looks up to date. I think it shows the community how much [admin] cares about the school,” Sanford said.
Furthermore, Spanish teacher Liz Orth explains the importance of the new paint on campus.
“I love the [freshly-painted campus], because it looks more regal and classy,” Orth said. “It brightens our campus, allows teachers to feel more pride in where they work and elevates our school [mood].”
The change is especially surprising for senior Anabelle Solórzano, who has mixed feelings about the current paint.
“The paint makes the school look more aesthetically pleasing. [However], I feel like the colors could have been chosen better. I do not care for the yellow at all,” Solórzano said.
Wilson administration plans to continue painting additional wording inside the school.