• Buildings and grounds

    Buildings and grounds is responsible for the Maintenance and Capital Improvement Projects for all buildings in the district. Our department is also responsible for areas like health and safety, indoor air quality, operations, and sites/grounds. 

    • Electronics and low voltage services: The electronics and low voltage services department handles the maintenance of building security systems, clock systems, P.A. systems, and voice and data wiring for the district, as well as providing technical support for buildings and grounds. The department consists of three technicians.
    • Carpenter shop: The carpenter shop does much of the woodworking projects you see in the buildings, such as countertops, cabinetry, and workstations. We have four carpenters that work in the district shop
    • Grounds crew: The grounds department is responsible for the care of all grounds in the district. Each season brings different duties such as landscaping, parking lot repairs, outdoor signage, athletic field maintenance, snow removal, and graduation set-up and take down at each high school. There are six full-time grounds crew members and one working supervisor.
    • Maintenance shop: The district maintenance shop is responsible for the general maintenance needed in the buildings, including A/C, pneumatics, electrical work, plumbing, sewer, and heating. We currently have nine maintenance specialists.

Frequently asked questions

  • What does buildings and grounds do?

  • Are there any other departments within buildings and grounds?

  • How many people work in the grounds department?

  • What are some of the duties and responsibilities of the grounds crew?

  • How many custodians work in the district?

  • How many building supervisors are there?

  • Other than touch-up painting, how do we buy paint to paint classrooms?

  • How does the process of ordering new cabinets from the woodshop work?

  • When will my carpenter project be done?

  • How do you request a capital improvement project?

  • Is there a certain time frame for which capital improvement projects should be requested?

  • Where can I review health and safety programs?

  • How do I report an indoor air quality concern?

Health and safety

  • Defibrillator training

  • Drinking water safety

  • Operational guidelines

  • Safety data sheets

  • Health and safety forms or documents

  • Online training

Security and emergency management

  • Emergency response protocols

  • Emergency drills

  • Parent responsibilities during a school emergency

  • Emergency notifications

  • Student and family reunification

  • Frequently asked questions

Custodial information

  • Payroll questions

  • Substitute custodians

  • Helpful links