Classroom Air Quality Monitoring – Why It Matters

Date of broadcast: Thu, 02/03/22

All attendees from a school or district will be entered to win a school trial of Honeywell Transmission Risk Air Monitoring Solution for 3 months (up to 10 devices).

Good indoor air quality is critical as schools return to in-person learning. Legislation and local guidelines are changing rapidly to address air quality in schools. With studies indicating a correlation between virus transmission risk, cognitive abilities and indoor air quality measurement like CO2 level, air quality monitoring has never been more important.

Join our panel of experts as they discuss:

  • What is air quality monitoring and why it is so important in schools
  • What the research says about the connection between indoor air quality and student outcomes
  • The impact of air quality monitoring on healthy classrooms: the correlation between CO2 and virus transmission risk
  • How school districts are making classrooms healthier: Case Study of Eastside Union High School District Findings from Roger Silveira, Director of Facilities, ESUHSD, San Jose, CA
  • What solutions, resources and funding opportunities are available to improve air quality in your school system

Roger Silveira
Director of Facilities, Maintenance, & Operations
Eastside Union High School District (California)

Tracy Enger
Program Manager
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Michael “Mac” Crumlin
Vice President
School Specialty

Mary Furto
Chief Marketing Officer
Honeywell Gas Analysis and Safety

David Velazquez
Manager, CalSHAPE Grant Award & Management
California Energy Commission

This event is sponsored by Honeywell and School Specialty.

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