The Facilities Department of the Pottsgrove School District is responsible for the daily operations and maintenance of all of the District facilities, consisting of an administrative team, maintenance technicians, custodians and grounds keepers the department is currently staffed with 36 employees. The Facilities Department also provides oversight of the Capital Projects Program for the District, investing more than $13,000,000.00 in the building and campus improvements since 2001.
Comprised of Pottsgrove High School/District Office,
Pottsgrove Middle School, Lower Elementary, Ringing Rocks Elementary and West
Pottsgrove Elementary Schools, Pottsgrove School District is built on 161
acres of land in Lower Pottsgrove, Upper Pottsgrove and West Pottsgrove
Townships and has a total building footprint of approximately 587,600 square
The Facilities Department is committed to provide
environmentally friendly facilities for the Pottsgrove Community through the
implementation of many initiatives. Working under the guidelines of the
Environmental Protections Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star and Tools for Schools programs Pottsgrove has decreased energy consumption and improved
indoor air quality across the District. Learn more about the Facilities
Department and it’s initiatives by clicking on the appropriate link.
Under the leadership of Michael Katzenmoyer, Director of Facilities the Department has been been awarded the 2011 Gold Award of Excellence in School Facilities by the Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials for their outstanding operations in facilities management.
PRSBS CFM CEA
FACILITIES DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT
To provide safe, clean and
environmentally friendly indoor and outdoor educational
facilities for all students, staff and
residents of the Pottsgrove School District
2011-12 DEPARTMENT GOAL
By June 2013 the Pottsgrove
School District will reduce its overall energy consumption by 30% as rated by
the EPA’s Energy Star program by increasing the District’s
average rating from 71 to 75.