Southview High School will host the annual training of more than 200 “keepers of the keys” from 15 area school districts on 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday.
The attendees are are the maintenance/custodial workers who handle the daily operations of the area schools.
Training will kick off with a motivational guest speaker – Joanna Hunter, executive director of Marketing for Kingston Health Care -- before breaking into various classes and workshops throughout the day. Attendees will learn about building operations of boilers, HVAC systems, water systems and plumbing issues as well as new standards and equipment available to help make school operations more efficient.
The last session of the day will be a discussion lead by Chris Fahim, Eastwood principal, dealing with after-school activities and operations.
Districts attending include Anthony Wayne, Eastwood, Elmwood, Fostoria, Maumee, Northwood, Oregon, Otsego, Ottawa Hills, Penta Career Center, Perrysburg, Rossford, Springfield, Sylvania, and Woodlane.
Seminars and classes will be conducted by area service and custodial organizations, including Brown Supply Co., Mellocrat Supply, Silverback Supply, Campbell Mechanical Services, Dunbar Mechanical Inc., Hoffman Harpst Co. Inc., and JL Mechanical Services.
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