Rescue Union School District

Maintenance & Operations

 

Maintenance and Operations Department processes and coordinates facility use district wide and provides maintenance, custodial, grounds and housekeeping services for the district in an effort to enhance the educational process with clean, safe and functional facilities. 

  Philip Jones
  Maintenance & Operations Coordinator
  2460 White Oak Road
  Rescue, CA 95672
  Phone: (530) 672-4301
  Fax: (530) 677-5182

 
  Janice Araujo
  Custodial Supervisor
  Phone: (530) 672-4303
  Fax: (530) 677-5182
 
  Jean Shirkman
  Support Services Secretary
  Phone: (530) 672-4300
  Fax: (530) 677-5182

 

Integrated Pest Management Plan

It is the goal of Rescue Union School District to implement IPM by focusing on long-term prevention or suppression of pests through accurate pest identification, by frequent monitoring for pest presence, by applying appropriate action levels, and by making the habitat less conducive to pests using sanitation and mechanical and physical controls.  Pesticides that are effective will be used in a manner that minimizes risks to people, property, and the environment, and only after other options have been shown ineffective. Click here to view the entire Integrated Pest Management Plan.
 

Facility Use - Civic Permits

The Rescue Union School District is transitioning to a new, easy-to-use, cloud-based facilities permit program called Civic Permits. This new app will allow community members and Rescue Union School District staff members an online format to request, process and approve facility use permits. This program replaces our district’s previous PDF/Program Name/Paper approach to facility use permits. We will begin processing requests through this new system on August 9th.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Jean Shirkman at (530) 672-4300.
 
Read the description below to determine the correct form for your group. Links will route you to our Civic Permits Portal.
 
  • Group 1
    School related organizations whose activities are directly related to or for the benefit of district schools BP 1230, BP 1330 (EC section 38134 (a). Parent Teacher Organizations, District Employee Organizations, also include Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, 4H and Similar Groups.
  • Group 2
    Groups, organizations, entities, or approved activities not specifically defined in Groups I or III shall be charged the direct cost fee. E.g. Special Interest Clubs, Homeowner Associations; Community Service District; County or State Organizations and Commissions; Youth Sports Leagues, religious organizations, churches EC 38134 (c, d). BP 1330.
  • Group 3
    Groups, organizations, entities or approved activities not specifically defined in Groups I or II shall be charged fair rental value when using school facilities or grounds for entertainment or meetings where admission or a participation fee is also charged and the group is not a non-profit group as defined by the Internal Revenue Service, and contributions solicited and net receipts are not expended for charitable purposes or for the welfare of the district's students, 38134(e).