Campaign Financial Reports

August 8, 2017 Reports

 

Special Meeting Notice

The Carlton School Board will be holding a Special Meeting for the purpose of approving bids for 2018 Summer South Terrace Elementary Projects on March 27, 2018 at 5pm in the District Office Conference Room.

Public Hearing Regarding Fees

The Carlton School District will conduct a public hearing regarding fees on Monday, August 21, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. as part of the Regular School Board Meeting.  This hearing will be held in the High School Library/Media Center.

Carlton School District Pesticide Notification

A Minnesota state law went into effect in 2000 that requires schools to inform employees, students, and parents of scheduled pesticide applications. The estimated schedule of application is available for review by employees and parents in the school office. State law also requires that employees and parents be informed that the long-term health effects on children due to the application of such pesticides, or the class of chemicals to which they belong, may not be fully understood. For more information regarding the Carlton integrated Pest Management program, including the pesticide application schedule, please call the District Office at 218-384-4225.

 

Carlton School District Indoor Air Quality Notification

Carlton School District is proud to be taking a leadership role in providing a safe, comfortable and productive environment for our students and staff so that we achieve our core mission—educating students. Our school will follow the EPA guidance to improve our indoor air quality by preventing as many IAQ problems as possible, and by quickly responding to any IAQ problems that may arise. Good air quality requires an ongoing commitment by everyone in our schools, because each of us daily makes decisions and performs activities that affect the quality of the air we breathe.

School staff, students and parents can obtain checklists or self-help information so they can properly evaluate their child’s home or other out of school situation by contacting the school. Staff and parents can also obtain information about school facility construction, maintenance and housekeeping practices, chemicals used, mold and HVAC related information, chemical producing academic subjects, and pesticide and herbicide applications to determine the extent to which school activities contribute to a child’s symptoms by contacting the school.

The Carlton School District Indoor Air Quality contact person is Wayne (Scott) Bodin. If there are any questions regarding the school’s IAQ Program, please feel free to call the school at (218) 384-4225.

 

Carlton School District Asbestos Notification

As a result of federal legislation (Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act - AHERA), each primary and secondary school in the nation is required to complete a stringent inspection for asbestos and to develop a plan of management for all asbestos-containing building materials. The Carlton School District has a goal to be in full compliance with this law and is following the spirit, as well as the letter of the law. As a matter of policy, the district shall continue to maintain a safe and healthful environment for our community’s youth and employees.

In keeping with this legislation, all buildings (including portables and support buildings) owned or leased by the Carlton School District were inspected by EPA accredited inspectors and samples were analyzed by an independent laboratory. Based on the inspection, the school prepared, and the state approved, a comprehensive management plan for handling the asbestos located within its buildings safely and responsibly.

Furthermore, the Carlton School District has completed their 3-Year Re-inspection required by AHERA. Our district buildings, where asbestos-containing materials were found, are under repair, removal and Operations and Maintenance.

This past year the Carlton School District conducted the following with respect to its asbestos containing building materials:

Continued our Operations and Maintenance Program as well as removed insulation from 2 fan units located in the Carlton High School Gymnasium.

Federal law requires a periodic walk-through (called “surveillance”) every six months of each area containing asbestos. In addition, the law requires all buildings to be re- inspected every three years after a management plan went into effect.

Short-term workers (outside contractors - i.e., telephone repair workers, electricians and exterminators) must be provided information regarding the location of asbestos in which they may come into contact.  All short-term workers shall contact the district’s Designated Person before commending work to be given this information.

The Carlton School District has a list of the location(s) and type(s) of asbestos containing materials found in that school building and a description and time-table for their proper management. A copy of the Asbestos Management Plan is available for review in the school office.  Copies are available at 25 cents per page. Questions related to the plan should be directed to the Carlton School District at (218) 384-4225.