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Facilities & TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT

The primary goal of the Facilities & Transportation Department is to provide a safe environment that enhances the educational process for our students, staff, and community. Achieving this goal requires the coordination and management of our buildings and ground maintenance and custodial operations. Other areas of responsibility include:

Water Safety in Our Schools

We conducted lead and copper testing on all fixtures throughout the district in 2002. At that time, we took actions to reduce lead levels at locations that exceed EPA action level guidelines. Actions included replacement of fixtures or plumbing and re-testing. We test the well water at Mt. View and Dixie School annually in compliance with state drinking water program guidelines. Muddy Creek Charter School maintains the water system at Inavale School. Based on issues that have arisen in other school districts this spring and early summer, our district is taking precautionary steps to test for lead in drinking water in all schools and facilities and developing standard protocols to address any issues that are found. 

Update August 19, 2016
The State Board of Education recently adopted new rules related to testing for lead in schools. The rules require school districts and public charter schools to report to the public findings of lead testing and testing for other environmental health factors within five days of receiving the results, as well as how they will support ongoing monitoring. The rules also require the development and submission of a Healthy and Safe Facilities Plan to the Oregon Department of Education. More info...

The Corvallis School District follows the EPA recommendations for school water testing. This means that 250 mL first-draw samples are collected from water fountains and other outlets used for consumption. Water fountains and/or outlets are taken out of service if the lead level exceeds 20 ppb. The school sampling protocol maximizes the likelihood that the highest concentrations of lead are found because the first 250 mL are analyzed for lead after overnight stagnation. More info...

June 2016 update

We are actively reviewing our water management plan. This summer we will collect samples from all classroom sinks, drinking fountains, and kitchens in all school buildings. Samples will be tested by an independent, third party environmental lab with results expected in August. If any elevated lead levels are found, we will take steps to address the cause and provide a safe environment for students and staff. We will immediately:

Stop the water from being consumed and provide safe drinking water.

Identify and eliminate the source of lead.

Re-test water to make sue it is safe for students and staff.

Notify parents, students, and staff of the results and actions taken.

July 21, 2016 update

Jefferson Elementary

47 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing. 12 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classrooms 3, 9, 11, 17, 18, Library, Gym, and Kitchen

July 21, 2016 status:
(completed) Turn off water and post signage at affected fixtures.
Identify the source of lead and plan removal or replacement (faucet, pipes, etc.)
Retest the water following replacement to ensure it is safe for students and staff.
Notify parents, students, staff, and community of actions completed.

We will continue to provide updates on this page. Questions may be directed to Kim Patten, Director of Facilities and Transportation at 541-757-5877.

July 21, 2016 update (11:00 am)

The full lab report for Jefferson Elementary is available here

August 6, 2016 update. Secondary school results updated August 16, 2016.
All schools have been tested and as results are available they will be posted below.

If any lead levels exceed EPA action levels, we will take steps to address the cause and provide a safe environment for students and staff. We will immediately: 

  1. Turn off water and post signage at affected fixtures.
  2. Identify the source of lead and plan removal or replacement (faucet, pipes, etc.)
  3. Retest the water following replacement to ensure it is safe for students and staff.

  4. Notify parents, students, staff, and community of actions completed.

Adams Elementary- updated August 8, 2016
54 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  The only fixture that showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight was in the kitchen pot filler. Water has been turned off and signage posted at the affected fixture.
The full lab report for Adams Elementary is available here

Garfield Elementary- updated August 8, 2016
47 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  7 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classrooms 5, 11, 14, 17, 19, and 28. Water has been turned off and signage posted at the affected fixtures.
The full lab report for Garfield Elementary is available here

Resultados para la escuela Garfield:
47 equipos han sido revisados en el primer test, 7 de esos equipos han mostrado elevados niveles de plomo a, ó por encima de, 20 partes por billion(ppb) en la primera muestra del dia de agua que ha sido estacionada durante toda la noche en las siguientes aulas: Aulas 5,11,14,17,19 y 28.

Status:

·         (Completado) El agua ha sido cortada y señales han sido adosadas a los equipos.

·         Se ha identificado la causa del plomo y planeado remover o reemplazar el causante (canillas o grifos, cañerias, etc )

·         Nuevos analisis serán realizados despues del reemplazo para asegurar la salud de los estudiantes y el personal.

·         Notificaremos a los padres, estudiantes, personal, y la comunidad de las acciones completadas.

Hoover Elementary- updated August 8, 2016

39 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  No fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight.
The full lab report for Hoover Elementary is available here

Jefferson Elementary
results posted July 21, 2016 (see above)

Lincoln Elementary- updated August 8, 2016
54 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  2 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classrooms 122, and the Lion’s Club Office. Water has been turned off and signage posted at the affected fixtures.
The full lab report for Lincoln Elementary is available here

Resultados para la escuela Lincoln
De los 54 equipos analizados, solo 2 mostraron elevados niveles a, ó por encima de, 20 partes por billion (ppb) en la primera muestra del dia de agua que ha sido estacionada durante toda la noche en las siguentes areas:  Aula 122, y la oficina del Club Lion’s.

Status:

·         (Completado) El agua ha sido cortada y señales han sido adosadas a los equipos.

·         Se ha identificado la causa del plomo y planeado remover o reemplazar el causante (canillas o grifos, cañerias, etc )

·         Nuevos analisis serán realizados despues del reemplazo para asegurar la salud de los estudiantes y el personal.

·         Notificaremos a los padres, estudiantes, personal, y la comunidad de las acciones completadas.

Mountain View Elementary- updated August 8, 2016
33 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  3 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classrooms 18, 11, and the cafeteria drinking fountain. Water has been turned off and signage posted at the affected fixtures.
The full lab report for Mt. View Elementary is available here

Wilson Elementary- updated August 8, 2016
51 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  22 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classrooms 9, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 26, library, health room, and counseling office.
The full lab report for Wilson Elementary is available here

Franklin K-8- updated August 8, 2016
33 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  11 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classrooms 1, 5, 11, 15, 20, 22, 5A, and library. Water has been turned off and signage posted at the affected fixtures.
The full lab report for Franklin School is available here

Cheldelin Middle - updated August 16, 2016

52 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  18 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classroom 23, 26, 27, 31, 32, 33, 38, Office, Kitchen, and Science Room. 
The full lab report is available in two documents.
Report #1 and Report #2

Linus Pauling Middle - updated August 16, 2016

48 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  No fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight.
The full lab report is available in two documents. Report #1 and Report #2

College Hill/Harding Center - updated August 16, 2016

18 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  3 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classroom 6, Kitchen, and Gym. 
The full lab report is available here.

Corvallis High - updated August 16, 2016

97 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  5 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classroom T21, T42A, and T40. 
The full lab report is available in two documents. Report #1 and Report #2

Crescent Valley High - updated August 16, 2016

82 fixtures were sampled in the initial testing.  17 fixtures showed elevated lead levels at or above 20 parts per billion (ppb) on the first draw of water that had been dormant overnight in the following areas: Classroom D45, B91, B3, B32, B8, Auditorium Hallway, Kitchen, Boys Locker Room, Girls Locker Room, and Wrestling Room.
The full lab report is available in two documents. Report #1 and Report #2


Where to learn more:

• Environmental Protection Agency: Learn About Lead
 
Environmental Protection Agency: Protect Your Family from Exposures to Lead
• 
Centers for Disease Control: Information for Parents About Lead
• 
Oregon Health Authority: General Information for Parents About Lead


 

 


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Facilities & Transportation Department
Address:    1555 S.W. 35th St., Corvallis, OR 97333
Phone:      541-757-5877
  Kim Patten, Director of Facilities & Transportation, 541-757-5877
   John Meyer, Custodial & Operations Manager, 541-757-5877 
  Joni Olsen, Transportation Coordinator, 541-757-5877
  Mike Holden, Fiscal Clerk/Operations Assistant, 541-757-5853
  Becky Brown, Administrative Assistant, 541-757-5877

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