Wickman Elementary Beautification Project
Interact Club members, Makenzie Allen, Rylan Goshi, Zachary Zertuche, Noah Tran, Jacob Tan, and Jonathan Roumbous volunteered to place the cup signage at the Wickman Elementary Schools’ chain link fence.
For the schoolyear 2020-2021, the Ayala High School Interact Club chose the Chino Hills Wickman Elementary School Beautification Project of the Chain Link Fence Art as its local community service project.  The club members, many of whom are graduates of Wickman Elementary School, held numerous fundraisers including Chipotle food sales and Ding Tea drink sales throughout the year.  The Interact Club donated the proceeds from these fundraisers to purchase materials for the Chain Link Fence Art.  Then club members gathered on May 12th at the school grounds and installed the cup signage art in the fence panels.
Roadside Adoption Project along Grand Avenue
Interact Club members also volunteered during the year in the Rotary Club of Greater Chino Hills’ Roadside Adoption Project.  Once a month Interactors, Rotarians and Boy Scouts from Chino Hills Troop 1776 walked along Grand Avenue from Monteverde Drive to Founders Drive picking up litter and trash and surveying the road for signs of damage ensuring the cleanliness of the road.