Operations & Facilities Division
Facilities provides services to the district’s 25 campuses located throughout northern Hays County, serving more than 19,000 students. Three 4-year comprehensive high schools, six middle schools (6-8 grade), 14 elementary schools, an alternative high school of choice and disciplinary center comprise the district’s campuses, which have tripled in number since 2000. The district also features a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center.
Facilities is led by the chief operating officer and is comprised of the following primary departments: Construction & Sustainability, Energy Management/Preventative Maintenance, Grounds/Utilities/Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Maintenance, Operations, and Transportation.
Facilities Division Fast Facts
Facilities Division Mission & Values
The mission of the Facilities Division is to provide facility maintenance services that ensure a clean, safe, and aesthetically pleasing, conducive learning environment for students and staff.
We are responsible for the condition of the district’s facilities.
We are accountable to our customers, and to each other.
We are honest, ethical, and professional.
We are committed to reduce the impact on the environment.