The efforts of Huron’s beautification team are focused on improving the Huron campus environment.
The PTSO is looking for a volunteer with a green thumb to chair this group.
In the fall of 2010, landscaping around the Arch area was greatly improved with the addition of new benches and many trees.
During the 2003-04 academic year, beautification efforts included improving traffic safety, addressing trash elimination, and helping bring about much-needed landscaping improvements to campus and the addition of furniture, bike racks, and benches around the cafeteria and main entrances.
The Huron PTSO Beautification committee also secured funds and provided leadership for the student leaders' Green-Up tree planting event which involved students in the NHS, NJHS, Student Council, 10th Grade Executive Board, and parents from the PTSO and Booster Club.
Global Releaf of Michigan, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping community groups with local tree planting projects, provided a grant for some of the trees, offered planting advice, and helped guide the planting process on Green-Up Day. Forty 2-inch caliper treees were planted along the Huron and Fuller Road entrances! The success of these improvements is attributed to the collaborative efforts between parents, administrators, and students at Huron.