Buildings & Grounds
Every school day, students and staff are influenced by the environment in which they learn and work. Leading the charge in creating a safe, clean and comfortable learning and working environment is the district’s Buildings and Grounds Department, comprised of cleaners, maintenance workers, custodians and their supervisors.
Facility Use Requests
The Broadalbin-Perth Central School District encourages community use of school facilities when such use is in the public interest, does not conflict with school activities, and is not detrimental to the purpose of schools. Residents, staff members, and community groups can make requests to use the district’s facilities.
Annual Notifications and Lead testing
Asbestos Management Plan Notification
Contact: Mike Carney, Director of Operations and Safety & LEA asbestos designee
In accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) of 1987 (40 CFR Part 763), Broadalbin-Perth Central School District conducts periodic asbestos review and required inspection. Asbestos projects shall be conducted according to all applicable local, state and federal regulations. The Asbestos Management Plan for each building is available for review during normal business hours at the Business Office. For more information, please contact LEA asbestos designee Mike Carney at (518) 954-2512.
Contact: Mike Carney, Director of Operations and Safety
New York State education law requires schools to notify the school community that pesticide products may be used during the school year. Parents/guardians and staff members may request 48-hour advance written notification of certain pesticide applications. If an emergency application is necessary to protect against an imminent threat to human health, a good faith effort will be made to supply written notification to those on the notification list.
To be included in a 24-hour notification, please contact Mike Carney at (518) 954-2512.
A new request must be submitted each year.
Water Testing in New York Schools
Contact: Stephen Tomlinson, Superintendent of Schools
In September 2016, a state law went into effect that requires all public school districts in New York to test water for lead. The law requires school districts to sample all water outlets currently or potentially used for drinking or cooking purposes in buildings that may be occupied by students and to submit those samples to a state-approved lab for analysis.
Director of Operations and Safety