District Crews Applauded for Snow Removal Efforts

Weber School District maintenance crews are ready for anything the season can throw at them!  

While we are sleeping in our warm cozy beds, our maintenance crews are out early, sometimes in the middle of the night, making sure our staff and students are safe for another day of learning. Whenever the snow falls, the trucks hit the road and make sure that Weber School District's 47 schools and buildings are fully accessible. Not only are they removing snow from our parking lots, but the custodial staffs at each school are out clearing the sidewalks. And at the same time, the transportation mechanics are insuring our busses are in tip-top shape to transport our students safely. It is the district's priority that our students stay safe and travel in comfort on the journey to and from school.

Drew Wilson, Executive Director of Facilities & Operations, stated, "Parents can feel confident that efforts are being made to insure their children will be safe from the time they step into a warm bus to when they step out to a snow cleared walkway. Our crews are up in the middle of the night ensuring student and staff safety. We do our own snow plowing and sanding on the parking lots and use snow blowers on the sidewalks. Maintenance, transportation, custodial staff and office operations work together in a staff team effort."

Here's a big "thank you and pat on the back" to our maintenance/custodial/transportation crews for a job well done during this winter of immense snow.