Routine repair work throughout the school district is assigned and accounted for through the use of a work order system. Work orders are received and work is assigned on a priority basis to 7 maintenance employees. Most routine work is accomplished by giving each school an assigned week of concentrated maintenance time. Emergency work, such as broken doors, windows, or electrical items which pose a safety or security risk, is phoned in or submitted through the work order system, then evaluated and assigned on a priority basis with safety items given first consideration.
Since 2002,13 schools were modernized. Eleven schools have had all new underground sewer, gas and water lines installed. All electrical services have been upgraded where needed, eliminating all recurring power failures. all major sewer line stoppages gas and water line breaks have been eliminated. There are no non-functioning HVAC systems or fire sprinklers. There is no structural damage at any facility that needs to be repaired. All such issues are dealt with immediately. There are no hazardous materials abatement issues that pose a threat to students or staff.
Pest control issues are controlled by a pest control company that provides general prevention services and responds to specific identification of pest issues that arise from time to time.