HCPSS recognizes the importance of providing a healthy learning environment for all students and staff members. In an effort to identify and correct conditions that may have an impact on air quality, HCPSS has established an Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) program that proactively maintains proper indoor environments and responds to community members' concerns.
The IEQ data provided below comes directly from the HCPSS IEQ site.
Complete the online IEQ Concern form to submit a concern about the indoor environmental quality of a HCPSS building or facility. The Office of the Environment addresses each concern by contacting the individual and performing an environmental assessment of the reported area.
August 29th, 2018
Tracking Number: CXXLES201800001F
|Portable 57||Suspect mold growth on the ceiling.||Yes|
August 29th, 2018
Tracking Number: CXXLES201800001E
|Room 115||The room has a musty odor.||Yes|
June 20th, 2019
Tracking Number: CXXLES20190000E8
|Room 116 and Room 122||Posters were removed from the block walls and mold was observed on the wall.||Yes|
August 15th, 2022
Tracking Number: CXXLES2022000232
|Staff Lounge||A leak associated with the refrigerator's ice machine was reported.||Yes|
July 18th, 2022
Tracking Number: CXXLES202200022A
|162||This room has small groups who meet for lunch and we have a real problem with milk being spilled on carpet it smelled as if something was rotten last year carpet was soaked and was begining to mold, would like tile instead( it is a small room)||Yes|
A full listing of published concerns is available on this school's page on the HCPSS IEQ site.
The IEQ program includes system-wide scheduled and standardized walk-through reviews of each HCPSS school, conducted twice a year. The process is based off the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Indoor Air Quality recommendations for schools. One walkthrough is conducted by a school-based IEQ team of parents, staff, students, and community members, trained by the HCPSS Office of the Environment, to identify and report potential indoor environmental issues. The second walkthrough is performed by an HCPSS industrial hygienist, who assesses each school building, such as its mechanical equipment, areas above drop-ceilings, and the exterior.
All previously published IEQ concerns, reports from external contractors, and school walk-through reports for previous school years are archived on the IEQ Report Archive.
In compliance with state regulations, HCPSS is testing all schools for the presence of lead in drinking water. Details on the testing schedule, procedures, etc., as well as test results and reports for individual schools can be found on the HCPSS website.
Additionally, the water for this school is provided by a well and is tested for quality and lead.