2013-14 Events Calendar
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Employee HazCom Online Training
Free and Reduced Price Meals Program
BC@Home Support and Help Resources
Operations & Maintenance
The Operations and Maintenance Department is responsible for approximately 1 million square feet of building space across 11 facilities on 260 acres. This includes cleaning, regular maintenance, snow removal, overseeing all construction work, and complying with all New York State Education Department health and safety regulations. The department also handles all deliveries within the district.
• 11 buildings and 10 out-buildings
• Approximately 1 million square feet of buildings
• 400 classrooms
• 260 acres
• 26 acres of parking lots
• Oldest building: Elsmere, 1927
• Newest building: Eagle, 2008
Facility use information and rates
The district makes its facilities available to community groups during non-school hours as availability permits. Guidelines and fees for use can be found here>>
O&M Department News
Voters approve main facilities proposition; track and field proposition does not pass
The results of the March 12 Bond Referendum are
Proposition #1, the main facilities and technology improvements proposition, has passed with 2,676 votes for and 2,098 votes against.
Proposition #2, the track and field improvements proposition, has
failed with 1,671 votes for and 3,103 votes against.
“On behalf of the Board of Education, I’d like to thank everyone who came out to vote tonight,” said BCSD Superintendent Dr. Thomas J. Douglas.
O&M Surplus items are up for auction!
HazCom/"Right to Know" ONline Training
All Bethlehem Central faculty and staff now have the ability to complete their annual HAZCOM training requirement electronically. The training takes about 30 minutes and must be completed by Jan. 1. LEARN MORE AND TAKE THE TRANING »
Facilities improvement Project
On March 12, 2013, Bethlehem Central residents approved a $20.2 million facilities improvements capital project that will involve the maintainence of the district's main facilities.
VISIT THE FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT PROJECT WEBPAGE »
Bethlehem Five-Year Capital Facilities Plan
Click here [PDF] to read the June 2011 Bethlehem Five-Year Capital Facilities Plan. This report, as required by the New York State Education Department (SED), is based upon observations made during visual surveys conducted by the project team led by CSArch Architecture|Engineering|Construction Management.
On December 2, 2003, Bethlehem Central residents approved a historic $93 million, K-12 building project designed to ensure the district has adequate space to serve the needs of students at the dawn of the 21st Century. The project has resulted in additional classroom space, modernized facilities, and safer, accessible and energy efficient schools suited to the needs of the students of today and tomorrow. MORE ABOUT THE BUILDING PROJECT »
integrated PEST MANAGEMENT AND ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT
As part of the district's responsibility to comply with all federal, state and local health and safety regulations, it must make annual notifications with regard to its Integrated Pest Management and Asbestos Management plans. MORE »