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Project Description:
Subject to Change

The Clark Street project seeks to install a smaller playground for kids aged 4-9 as well as including mulch around it

Site Managers:

Director: Rory Cayer Site Managers: Sarah Deschenes
Riley Young
Regan Flanagan


280 Clark Street, Worcester, MA, USA

Start Time: 

April 13th at 10am

Welcome to Year 12:

Clark Street Community School

Welcome to Build Day 2024, We are Excited to Have You Volunteer On Build Day! On this Page You Will Find Detailed Information About the Project, Including Building Instructions, Materials and Tools We Are Using. 


Volunteer Tasks and Assignments:

Below is a Detailed Overview of The Assignments on Build Day That Volunteers Will Do. 

Project Overview:

We will be constructing a new playground and play area for the newly added preschool students of Clark Street School.


Project Prep Day:

Activity Leader: Peter

Objective: Assemble playground toys and digging holes in preparation for the playground


● Remove playground toys from the boxes and assemble them per instruction manuals.

● Dig holes in designated areas.

Tools: Shovels and assembly tools

Volunteers Needed: 10

Project #1: Playground Installation

Activity Leader: Consigli (Rory)

Objective: Safely and efficiently install the new playground equipment.


● Volunteers will assist Consigli Construction with preparatory tasks, such as unloading

and organizing equipment, under close supervision.

● Follow specific instructions from Consigli for installation to ensure equipment is installed

safely and correctly.

Tools: Provided By Consigli

Volunteers Needed: 8 (mainly for support roles such as equipment handling and site


Project #2: Barrier Installation

Activity Leader: Sarah

Objective: Install new barriers around the playground.


● Mark the layout for the barriers using stakes and string.

● Dig holes for the barrier posts using shovels and pickaxes.

● Place the barriers in the pre-dug holes, ensuring they are level and spaced correctly.

● Use hammers to secure the barriers in place, filling in around the posts with dirt and

packing it down for stability.

Tools: Hammers, Shovels, Pickaxes

Volunteers Needed: 10

Project #3: Mulch Filling

Activity Leader: Regan

Objective: Place playground mulch inside the barriers.


● Coordinate the delivery of mulch to the site prior to the start of the project.

● Use wheelbarrows to transport mulch to specific areas.

● Spread mulch evenly using rakes, ensuring a consistent depth across all areas.

● Wear gloves to protect hands during the process.

Tools: Wheelbarrows, Shovels, Rakes, Gloves

Volunteers Needed: 10

Project #4: Cleanup

Activity Leader: Riley

Objective: Clean up the existing play area and surrounding spaces to enhance the overall



● Collect debris, litter, and loose materials in trash bags.

● Use gloves for protection and trash cans for disposal.

● Ensure the area is tidy and free of potential hazards.

● Review the site for any final touch-ups or adjustments needed.

Tools Needed: Gloves, Trash Bags, Trash Cans

Volunteers Needed: ~5

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