AS-EPA held an Adopt-a-School clean-up at SPA and SPICC schools

The American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency (AS-EPA) recently performed clean-up and minor renovation work at the South Pacific Academy (SPA) and the South Pacific International Christian Center (SPICC) school premises. These services are part of AS-EPA’s community service commitment under the Governor’s Adopt-a-School program.

AS-EPA Director Mr. Ameko Pato expressed his sincerest appreciation to Mr. Alex Baker, SPA Principal, Rev. Fa’atui Laolagi, and teachers for allowing AS-EPA to join them in their preparations and for their active role in ensuring that both school grounds are clean and meet conditions that promote learning.

In addition to its Adopt-a-School efforts, AS-EPA provided scrap metal removal assistance to the following schools:

  1. Tula Elementary School
  2. Alofau Elementary School
  3. Faga'itua High School
  4. Lauli'i Elementary School
  5. Aua Elementary School
  6. Pago Elementary School
  7. Samoana High School
  8. Matafao Elementary School
  9. Manulele Tausala Elementary School
  10. Tafuna Elementary School
  11. Tafuna High School
  12. Lupelele Elementary School
  13. Leone High School

Director Pato would like to thank the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) and the American Samoa Telecommunication Authority (ASTCA) for their flat-bed trucks, the principals and staff from various schools for their assistance with the scrap metal removal.