the east union campus
  • Maintenance & Operations

    The mission of the Manteca Unified School District Operations Team is to maintain a safe and healthy learning environment for students and staff. Our aim is to ensure the quality of the school buildings, the surrounding grounds, and the overall cleanliness is consistent across the entire facility. In order to achieve this mission, the Operations team has established eight specific priorities at the forefront of the program, which includes:

    • All building systems shall be maintained in “good repair”
    • Ensure a safe & hygienic learning environment
    • Maintain all life safety systems in working order
    • Control & limit waste disposal & HAZMAT operations
    • Ensure healthy indoor air quality while maintaining human comfort
    • Develop & maintain safe and sustainable landscapes
    • Comply with all local, state & federal regulations
    • Conduct all work in a safe, sustainable and environmentally responsible manner
  • School Dude Work Orders
  • Project Routing Form (2018)

Pesticide Usage

  • Since students spend most of their day at school, they need a pest free learning environment. The Healthy Schools Act (HSA) establishes your right to know about the pesticides that are applied at your school. To be informed of the pesticides applied at your school, please download our Manteca USD mobile application found in the iOS App Store or Google Play Store, by searching "Manteca USD." Once you've downloaded the application, select your preferred school site(s) and allow for push notifications. You may also visit your student's school office to learn how to be notified of pesticide use.

    PESTICIDE USAGE (SB2260, Education Code 48980.3)

    Every six months an Asbestos District representative completes the sixmonth AHERA inspection. The District typically does asbestos abatement each year. If you would like to obtain more information about asbestos abatement at your school site, call the Maintenance Department at 825-3200, Ext.50711.

    MANTECA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

    Found in your student's "Enrollment and Re-Enrollment" documents:
    A list of the pesticides currently used by the School District can be found below. The following information on pesticide usage in Manteca Unified School District is provided to parents as required by the Health Schools Act of 2000:

    1. Manteca Unified School District makes every attempt to avoid the use of pesticides on school grounds. In the event that pesticide usage does become necessary, the following list (next page) represents those pesticides that may be used during the 2018-2019 school year;
    2. You may access the Department of Pesticide Regulation website at www.cdpr.ca.gov to obtain information on pesticides and pesticide use reduction; and,
    3. If you would like to receive notification of individual pesticide applications, you must complete the form entitled “Pesticide Application Notification.” The form can be obtained from any school administration office or the Manteca Unified School District Office, 2271 West Louise Avenue, Manteca. Submit the completed form to your respective school administration office

Maintenance & Operations Team

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  • District Office - 3rd Floor
  • District Office- 3rd Floor
  • Lindbergh Corp. Yard - Maint/Grounds Office
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