After a rather challenging night on the first few days of President Trump, I wanted to take comfort and be just a bit "hopeful". The week, though, began with this from the Capistrano School District School Superintendent:
Throughout the weekend and early this morning Capistrano Unified school site faculty and staff, maintenance & operations and grounds crew were in our classrooms and campuses identifying leaking roofs and ceilings as well as other weather-related issues so that we could be prepared for students as we begin another school week.
With over four million square feet of classrooms and building space throughout our District, we must prioritize this work, with some being done immediately, while other needs are entered into our electronic work order system so that our maintenance & operations team can plan and schedule their work accordingly.
While inclement weather poses many challenges for our aging schools, we do our best to monitor storms and ensure that we have the resources on hand to respond as quickly as possible and remedy the problem. Our priority is to keep our classrooms safe, warm and dry.
Have a wonderful week!
I will be serving on the School District Facilities Advisory Committee for the next 12 months. I hope I can make a difference.
I ran across this which I thought might prove some comfort to all--the lesson is simply this: We can never give up, we can never give in because as Lombardi reminded us all: Winners Never Quit & Quitters Never Win....