Maintenance and Operations
The Maintenance Department
The Maintenance Department consists of 19 employees. The crew is highly versatile in many different trades and abilities. It is our mission to provide a clean, safe and healthy learning environment for all faculty, staff, and students while achieving the highest facility and grounds maintenance standards possible. We strive to do our best in providing all the needs of the school district with an enthusiastic attitude and pride that surpasses expectations.
Please visit Maintenance Login.com for General Maintenance Requests
The Operations Department
The Operations Department consists of 7 groundskeepers and 2 irrigation specialists. The combined years of experience is 180 years or an average of 20 years each. Whatever the weather, they are out there working to make the grounds safe, presentable, and clean for our students, parents, and the public.
Healthy Schools Act Information
What is the Healthy Schools Act (HSA) and who is it for?
The Healthy Schools Act (HSA) is a law that defines pesticide use and reporting requirements for California K – 12 public schools and licensed child care centers—collectively known as schoolsites. The HSA applies to anyone (school staff, volunteers, and pest management businesses) applying any type of pesticide at a schoolsite. The Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) develops training and other outreach materials to assist with HSA compliance and to facilitate the adoption of least-toxic pest management strategies. Schoolsite pesticide use information is required to be reported to DPR.