Custodial Services

The Custodial Services Department is responsible for the cleaning of district facilities. The mandate of the department is to provide a clean and comfortable environment to enhance the learning experiences of students, teachers and all other building users.

Maintenance Services

Maintenance services are provided by the Maintenance Department. The department is responsible for the efficient and safe operations of district facilities and grounds. Services provided by the Maintenance Department include preventative maintenance of building systems, repairs of structural and mechanical components, landscaping upkeep, and other maintenance work.

Work Orders

District personnel can submit a work order for situations that are considered routine maintenance or requests for service. Work orders are processed using the District Work Order Management System.(i. WorxTMOn-Line)

Examples of routine maintenance and service requests are:

  • Electrical repairs
  • Carpentry repairs
  • Heating/air conditioning repairs
  • Plumbing repairs
  • Grounds upkeep
  • Cartage (stage risers, choral risers, tables)
  • Requests for rental custodians
  • Fire extinguisher repair or replacement
  • Pest Control
  • Repair of custodial equipment
  • Graffiti removal
  • Painting (Interior, exterior)

Minor Renovations

These would be considered alterations to an existing facility under a designated dollar value.

Examples of minor renovations include:

  • Conversion of two classrooms into a library
  • Improve general office area
  • Conversion of classroom to staff room
  • Air-conditioning for computer room

Some specialized requests are first evaluated by district staff, and if approved, work is then performed on a priority basis as funds become available.

Examples of specialized requests include:

  • Carpet or tile replacement
  • Paving
  • Painting (interior and exterior)

New Services and Equipment

Schools considering the purchase of new equipment or services should first consult with the Maintenance Department to ensure purchases are in compliance with any applicable codes, regulations, standards, etc..

Examples of school initiated purchases include:

  • White boards to replace existing green boards
  • Supply and installation of stage lights
  • Installation of new shop equipment and appliances
  • Additional doors cut into classroom either exterior or interior
  • Installation of exhaust fans in photocopy room
  • Upgrading or installation of new playground or outdoor furniture

Transportation

The Transportation Services Department is responsible for the movement of students and goods throughout the District.

Distribution Services

Distribution Services is composed of an internal school district mail service, and a furniture delivery service. Internal mail is delivered to all schools and service facilities twice each week. The furniture truck deals primarily with larger items which must be moved from one facility to another. These items include stages, choral risers, band instruments, desks, chairs, and a large variety of other materials. Requests to move these goods are made through the District Work Order Management System.

School Bus Services

Langley School District offers bus service to students. Fees and regulations regarding assignment of seats can be found on the back page of the Transportation Requisition form below. The buses are also available for school-sponsored fleet trips. Contact the Transportation Office at (604)-534-7891, local 330 for more details.

Bus Service for 2015-16 school year:

Email: busregistrations@sd35.bc.ca
Phone: (604)-534-7891, local 330

Notice for Students Riding the Bus
Simple Bus Rules (For Safety)

School begins when you board the bus. Use ordinary conversation and observe the posted rules when riding. Unusual and/or loud noises do distract the driver. Treat your drivers with courtesy: they are responsible for your safety. If they ask you to do something, please do it as quickly as possible.
Be on time at your bus stop, five (5) minutes prior to the scheduled departure time, and, while there, wait in an orderly manner. Stand well back from the side of the road and be watchful of younger children.
When crossing a street to get to or leave the bus stop, look both ways first, then walk with extreme caution across in front of the bus if no cars are coming. Most accidents occur when children are crossing a street or road. Do not run across.
While on the bus, sit in the seat or area designated by the driver. As long as the bus is in motion, remain in the seat, facing front, feet on the floor.
Keep books, material, your head, arms, and other parts of your body, inside the bus at all times. Do not throw anything out of the bus.
Parcels, books, feet, or other obstruction must not extend into the aisle or stairwells at any time.
Make sure you have nothing in your possession that can cause injury to another person – sticks, breakable containers, any type of firearms, skis, unguarded skates, hockey sticks, skate boards, and straps or pins extending from your clothing. Animals, with the exception of seeing-eye dogs, are not permitted on the bus.
Treat the bus equipment as you would your own personal belongings at home; you will be held responsible for any willful damage you may cause. Help keep the floor and seats clean for health reasons and appearance sake.
In the event of the bus becoming disabled due to inclement weather, or mechanical failure, all students shall remain at the scene until alternate transportation has been provided. Senior students may be required to assist in calling for help and will be expected to do so.
Consumption of foodstuffs and/or beverages while the bus is in motion is forbidden. Your driver will determine when, if at all, foodstuffs or beverages can be consumed on board the bus.
Failure to obey these bus rules may lead to suspension or total loss of bus privileges.