The district has a program to monitor and improve indoor air quality (IAQ) in our schools and other facilities. All members of the DSISD family can make this program a success by 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 district will follow the EPA guidance to improve our indoor air quality (IAQ) 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 school because each of us daily makes decisions and performs activities that affect the quality of the air we breathe. Everyone can make an important contribution to this IAQ improvement program by reading and applying the simple, yet important, activities in the following "Checklists," which are attached. The more detailed information included in any checklist feedback, the better the response can be.
Anyone who believes a problem exists with IAQ in a building area should complete the Checklist, and return it to the designated IAQ Coordinator, Steve Randel, Maintenance Supervisor. The Indoor Air Quality Coordinator administers the IAQ Management Plan, which includes taking a team leadership role, coordinating emergency response, and serving as our information resource on IAQ. Steve Randel may be contacted at 512.858.3013.