Facilities & Security

More than 100 Missouri schools have bought ‘often unproven’ air-cleaning technology

This article was originally published by St. Louis Public Radio, via Kaiser Health News. When the coronavirus pandemic hit, Scott Dulle scoured the internet for...

How to make your school the front porch of the community

You cannot park in front of Rodriguez Elementary in San Marcos CISD. Designers wanted its front yard and entrance to flow more seamlessly into the surrounding community.

For Baltimore City students with limited healthcare access, there’s an app for that

Data-driven digital primary care system K Health has partnered with Baltimore City Public Schools to provide free remote health services to 80,000 students and their families through an app called K For Parents.

Air urgency: 6 actions will make school ventilation healthier

'Many K-12 schools do not have good ventilation' write the authors of a new Johns Hopkins report urging quick investments in school air quality upgrades.

How 2 districts plan to feed more students post-COVID

Compared to this time last year, when administrators scrambled to feed students amid the new COVID calamity, the road ahead seems less threatening despite the persistent challenges.

How a major power provider teaches schools energy efficiency

The TVA's School Uplift project should help public school officials in seven states realize energy savings that can be redirected to classroom instruction

How to leverage ‘multiple pots of money’ to secure schools

In a District Administration webinar, Superintendent Arsenio Romero talks about working with a management company to accelerate summer construction projects.

4 ways donated furniture energizes a makerspace

Perfectly sound furniture that might have ended up in a landfill now fills out a makerspace and activity lounge at Donald Meyer Elementary School.

Creating safe, healthy schools: A 3-layered defense against COVID-19

Creating "concentric rings" of defense is key to combatting pathogens like SARS-CoV-2 and influenza. Here are the three areas to focus on.

Schools can keep serving free meals through 2021-22

School districts will be able to provide free meals for students through the end of the 2021-22 school year due to extension nutrition waivers by Biden's USDA.

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