Students at Pearl Cohn High School might notice a few cosmetic changes as they return to class Monday.
Saturday was Nashville Mayor David Briley’s spring clean day, which is designed to encourage Nashvillians to give back and organize clean-up days in their communities.
Volunteers painted new murals, did some landscaping and organized several classrooms.
Many of the volunteers were from Comcast and they hope their service will inspire students.
“Not only are we helping the school, but I think we’re also sending a message to the students ‘here, you can give back. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re from, you can give back to your community’ and it comes full circle,” said Sara Jo Walker with Comcast.
The clean up at Pearl Cohn was one of 65 organized events around Davidson County.