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Education Facilities e-Newsletter: January 2014

January 01, 2014
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January 2014

BREAKING NEWS

Reassessing Your Campus Cleaning
Updating a school or university's program for a new year.
A Healthier School Environment For Our Future Generation
Chemical selection and indoor air quality can affect student health.
Five Flu Prevention Tips For Facilities
Recommendations to fight the virus in schools and universities.
Poll: What campus improvement have you planned for 2014?
A new year brings new opportunities to improve facilities and efficiency.
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Virus sickens 100 students
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Custodian nominated for national award
Jeff Munsey, a Lambertville school custodian, has been nominated for the LifeChanger of the Year award after redesigning a classroom to make it more suitable for students with autism.
Board approves custodian contract
The Wilkes-Barre Area School Board has unanimously approved a new, four year contract from the union representing custodians, cafeteria workers and housekeepers.
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Custodian kept watch overnight
A custodian at Park Junior High School kept watch over the school during last week's bitter cold snap, staying overnight in the building.

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