VISION: Central School District is a model to other districts as the safest, healthiest and most welcoming environment for our staff, students, parents and community to learn, teach and play.
MISSION: The Facilities Services Department maintains and operates Central School District facilities in an effective and efficient manner to promote a positive, inclusive and equitable learning environment.
Facilities Services includes custodial and maintenance staff, helps with community use of facilities, and is responsible for compliance with laws and regulations regarding safety, security, and environmental health.
The Central School Board, on June 24, 2019 adopted a Healthy and Safe Schools Plan, in accordance with OAR 581-022-2223. The plan lists the ways the Districts prevents and handles potential hazards such as lead in water, radon, lead in paint, asbestos, carbon monoxide and pest management.
Healthy & Safety School (HASS) Plans(for previous plans, please see archives below)
HASS Test Results For past results, see archives below
Radon Test Results
District Office, Transition Center, Wellness Center Radon Test Results
Lead in Water Results
Ash Creek Annex 2023
Oak Grove Elementary School (VACANT)
Archived - Healthy and Safety (HASS) Plans and Test Results
Archived - Information / Links (Newest First)
- NOTICE OF INTENT TO AWARD - PUBLIC RELATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES - COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: LONG RANGE FACILITIES PLAN: To Whom It May Concern: To all interested parties that the Central School District has reviewed the bids received on Wednesday, December 21 for the Public Relations / Communications Services contract and is intending to award to the low Bidder, Funk/Levis & Associates, for the amount of $40,000 + materials (or hourly consulting rate to scope additional work). (( Click here for full "Notice of Intent to Award" letter ))
The Central School District (the “District”) is interested in improving the District’s communication systems and outreach to the community, parents and families, staff and other key stakeholders about the District’s long range facility master plan and potential facilities bond measure.
The District is seeking qualified individuals or firms to submit a proposal to assist the district with public relations and communications activities related to a potential facilities bond measure for the District.