Buildings & Grounds Department
Phone: (518) 695-3255, ext. 3270
Peter Riggi, Superintendent of Buildings & Grounds
Providing a clean and safe learning environment
One of the most popular comments heard when visitors come to the campus pertains to the cleanliness pristine condition of the district's facilities. This is the result of the committed staff members in Schuylerville's Buildings and Grounds Department. Our crew is responsible for maintaining nearly 337,000 square feet of building space, as well as a campus comprising 74 acres. Click here to find out how the district has grown over the years.
Schuylerville's Buildings and Grounds staff members are committed to using green products whenever possible and in accordance with New York State laws and mandates. This "green cleaning" philosophy not only helps determine which products we use, but also how we apply them and how energy is used throughout the district. Click here to link to more information on the state's green cleaning requirements.
We also work closely with the district's Green Ribbon School Committee to take lessen our carbon footprint and expand our district-wide commitment to green initiatives.
Schuylerville Buildings and
Grounds Staff Attend Operations & Maintenance Conference
Schuylerville Central School District buildings and grounds staff attended the 65th annual operations and maintenance conference at South Glens Falls High School on Tuesday, April 26. [READ MORE]
District recognized for
superior energy efficiency
In recognition of the district’s “superior energy performance,” the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has honored Schuylerville Central School District as an “Energy Star.” Receiving the 2012 Energy Star certification means the district performs in the top 25 percent of organizations/businesses with similar facilities nationwide... [READ MORE]
Public schools in New York State are required to provide legal notices to district staff, students and parents. Click on the "read more" links below to view the full text of these notifications.
New York State Education Law and the New York State Education Department Commissioner have adopted the Pesticide Notification requirement in schools effective July 1, 2001. [read more]
District Asbestos Management Plan
In accordance with the EPA “Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act” (AHERA) of 1987 (40 CFR Part 763), the Schuylerville Central School District was required to perform the triennial asbestos re-inspection and update the AHERA Management Plan. [read more]
District Emergency Management Plan
The Schuylerville Central School District has developed the Emergency and Disaster Management Preparedness plan as required by New York State Education Law Section 155.13. [read more]