Picking up our trash, and our spirits

Amanda Roberts

As the holiday season is approaching and Thanksgiving is just around the corner, it makes me realize how many things there are to be thankful for. Though many of them may be small, nothing should ever go unnoticed.

This year, for example, along with a new lunchroom, Liberty received a fresh, fantastic new staff of custodians.

In the past, during lunch, garbage was constantly left all over tables and on the ground. This year however, the custodians walk around from table to table, gathering garbage and creating a good environment for the students of Liberty every single day.

Not only do they kindly come and pick up garbage, but they also are asking students how their day is going or wishing them a good lunch. Some may take this for granted, but to others, such as myself, it is greatly appreciated.

This not only keeps Liberty cleaner, but it also encourages proper waste management and a better, more positive lunch environment.

One may think that being a custodian is easy, but in fact, it is not. They have the responsibility of cleaning up after the entire student body and they do it with a smile.

So thank you, lunchroom custodians, for making my school day just a little bit brighter.