Facilities

The Facilities Department provides maintenance programs and services to the Division's schools, houses, garages, and offices

The Facilities Department is responsible for all facility repair, maintenance, and upgrading under a variety of Government funding programs. It also provides custodial care for all facilities either by in-house staff or by contracted service.

The Facilities Department strives to work with the school and building administration to ensure that buildings are safe, clean, and warm. If a problem or emergency should arise, we encourage the building administration to contact us in any of the following manners.

Facilities Public Documents

Furniture and Equipment

Each school or site is responsible for the following items:

  • Cafeteria - all maintenance
  • Clocks
  • Electrical Modifications - to provide power to new program equipment
  • Equipment - needed to support a program (i.e. stoves for Home Ec.)
  • Flags - interior
  • Furniture - Free Standing (including repairs and moving)
  • Game Lines for track field
  • Glass Basketball Backstops
  • Gym Equipment
  • Hazardous Waste Disposal Costs
  • Home Ec. & I.A. Equipment - including magnetic switches and installation to sub panel
  • Intercom and Bell Systems
  • Playground Equipment - new installations, replacement and Adventure playground repairs
  • Score Clocks
  • Stage Drapes - Including cleaning and fire proofing
  • Stage Lighting Systems
  • Stage Sound Systems
  • Telephone Systems
  • Vending Machines - Including hook-up costs
  • Portable Stages
  • Window Drapes/Blackout Curtains - Where roll-shutters are provided
  • Overhead Screens - Purchase/installations and relocations
  • Relocating whiteboard/chalkboards
  • Pictures/School Memorabilia - Installation or relocation

If you would like the Facilities Department to provide work for any of the above, please send in a work request.

Alberta Fire Code

2.8.3.1. Fire Drill Procedures

1) The procedure for conducting fire drills shall be determined by the person in responsible charge of the building, taking into consideration
a. the building occupancy and its fire hazards,
b. the safety features provided in the building,
c. the desirable degree of participation of occupants other than Supervisory staff,
d. the number and degree of experience of participating supervisory staff,
e. the features of fire emergency systems installed in buildings within the scope of Subsection 3.2.6. of Division B of the Alberta Building Code 2006, and
f. the requirements of the fire department.

2.8.3.2. Fire Drill Frequency

1) Fire drills as described in Sentence 2.8.3.1.(1) shall be held at intervals not greater than 12 months for the supervisory staff, except that
a. in day-care centres and in Group B major occupancies, such drills shall be held at intervals not greater than one month,
b. in schools attended by children, total evacuation fire drills shall be held at least 3 times in each of the fall and spring school terms, and
c. in buildings within the scope of Subsection 3.2.6. of Division B of the Alberta Building Code 2006, such drills shall be held at least every 6 months.

2) The person in charge of a building shall maintain and make available to the fire department a written record of all fire drills held in accordance with this Sections, showing
a. the date of the drill,
b. the evacuation time, and
c. comments and recommendations.

3) The record required by Sentence (2) shall be retained in conformance with Article 2.2.1.2. of Division C.

Article 2.2.1.2. Division C

3) Records of tests, inspections, maintenance or operational procedures undertaken after the initial tests referred to in Sentence (2) shall be retained so that at least the current and the immediately proceeding records are available.

4) Notwithstanding the conditions stated in Sentence (3), no record shall be destroyed within two years of being prepared.

Garbage Disposal

The Peace River School Division contracts waste removal for many of its schools.

There are some exceptions where another contractor or the Town looks after waste removal: Manning, Dixonville, Hines Creek, Worsley, Menno Simons and Bear Canyon.

Facilities

John Przybylski

Director of Support Services

More Details

Jon Ruether

Facilities Manager

More Details

Troy Stucklschwaiger

Maintenance Supervisor

More Details

Karen Williams-Pelrine

Facilities Finance Coordinator

More Details

Stefan Buschbeck

Carpenter

More Details

Bryan Craig

Maintenance Repairman

More Details

James DieBold

Plumber

More Details

Bradley Dalke

Maintenance Repairman

More Details

Leslie Lafferty

Maintenance Repairman

More Details

Natasha Pratt

Electrician

More Details

Jesse Taylor

Carpenter

More Details

Dale Wald

Carpenter

More Details

Nancy Post

Central Operations Caretaker

More Details

Cathy Mitchell

Central Operations Caretaker Assistant

More Details

Contact Staff Member

Contact Us