Pillar #3 - Facility Operations

Pillar #3: Facility Operations

GOAL: Provide a safe and well-maintained learning and work environment

Objective A: Improve the physical assets of the district by increasing operational efficiency of buildings and infrastructures


  • Reduce the time between submission and completion of reactive work orders by 1% annually
  • Reduce energy consumption per square foot by 1% annually
  • Increase the dollar amount received for capital projects annually


  • Review energy consumption reports by site
  • Review number of proactive work orders and number of reactive work orders to identify areas in need of improvement
  • Analyze work order count and completion percentages along with material and labor costs to ensure maximized efficiency
  • Conduct performance satisfaction surveys with key district services
  • Prepare project completion list for all projects funded by ½ cent sales tax
  • Prioritize capital resources to implement the 5-year capital improvement plan

Objective B: Strengthen the safe learning and work environment


  • Meet the number of required safety-related drills annually at each site
  • Increase the number of safety trainings provided to employees district-wide
  • Increase student access to mental health support options


  • Review and update Safety and Security policies and best practices to ensure continuous improvement and compliance
  • Review Fire, Safety, and Sanitation Annual Report to identify critical areas that need to be placed on a priority list
  • Assess data for employee compliance with mandatory safety training
  • Regularly analyze site specific data for safety drills
  • Review Baker Acts and other behavior data reports
  • Develop a comprehensive plan for psychological support and resources for students and employees
  • Review bus accident data and institute changes and protocols as needed
  • Continue to secure perimeters and complete access control projects to enhance security measures on school campuses
  • Require safety training for all employees that is appropriate and specific to their responsibilities to ensure staff preparedness
  • Institute threat assessment teams at each school to review data on a regular basis
  • Update emergency response plans at each site based on data obtained from safety drills
  • Continue to promote a safe environment through on-going communication and programs in cooperation with students, parents, citizens and law enforcement

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