Are Your Maintenance Needs Part of Your Local Control and Accountability (LCAP) District’s Budget Process?
A robust school maintenance plan contributes to a clean, healthy and safe learning environment, and supports teaching and learning. Are your maintenance needs included in your district’s LCAP budget process? Have you tested your potable water to ensure it is lead free? Do you use Roundup to maintain your playfields? Does your school use Integrated Pest Management Practices (IPM)? Is your green building infrastructure performing as it was designed? Attend this workshop to learn more about these and other hot topics for school maintenance facility, and business departments.
The first part of the workshop will focus on how you can fund your maintenance department’s priorities through increased participation in your district’s budget LCAP process; the fundamentals of maintenance budgeting; conducting Facility Inspection Tool (FIT) inspections, and electronically manage work orders, and how the maintenance facilities departments can work together. The second part of the workshop will focus on critical issues that school Maintenance and Operations departments are currently facing such as: ensuring lead free drinking water; appropriately managing toxics such as Roundup use, and maintaining healthy indoor air quality, and legal issues related to school maintenance.
If you work in school maintenance, are a maintenance director, are in the purchasing department, a chief business official, or a superintendent interested in knowing more about how your maintenance department works; if you are in the private sector and focus on school capital renewal issues, this is the workshop for you.
Click here to view the May Workshop Brochure.