Continue to provide and maintain safe and clean facilities that ensure accessibility and support the learning environment
Updated Strategies for 2022-2023
- Share the new Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Asset Essential with all school administrative staff.
- Perform a full inventory of all facility assets.
- Use data from the preventive maintenance pilot program, along with feedback from Maryland State assessments, to determine next steps in the maintenance program.
- Use security rovers for elementary schools to participate in emergency preparedness drills, support with student investigations and behavior threat assessments, support traffic flow, provide informal mentoring of students and coordinate with cluster security coordinators.
- Provide security cameras to all elementary schools.
Metrics of Success
|Metrics of Success
|Percent of Received Maintenance Work Orders Completed
|Percent of Buildings Meeting 'Adequate Rating' on State Assessment
|Percent of Schools and Offices Completing Emergency Preparedness Activities
(Schools Only: 2019-2020)
* In FY22, the Interagency Commission on School Construction (IAC), the state organization responsible for facility assessments, changed its criteria and metrics for determining how scores and ratings are provided. This change is reflected in the decrease of our overall facility scores.