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Portable Classroom Buildings - September 2009 Revision

Priorities and Inventory

The Assistant Superintendents for Instruction and/or designees will determine the priorities for the movement of portable buildings.

The Maintenance & Operations (M&O) division will keep an up-to-date inventory of all portable buildings.

Each year, an on-site inspection of each portable building will be made to validate the inventory by M&O.

Movement of Buildings

Portable buildings will be moved as they are needed at APS sites according to the priorities set by the Assistant Superintendents for Instruction.

The property manager will monitor changes in staffing, program, or new construction projects and will confer with the Chief, Facilities Planning and Operations and the Assistant Superintendents for Instruction.

The property manager will then issue a building movement order that will be carried out by M&O.

The property manager will distribute the movement order to all interested parties.

Cross Ref.: School Size, Capacity, Utilization and Boundaries Directive

NSBA/NEPN Classification: FCC

Revised: May 1995
Revised: April 1996
Revised: May 1997
Reviewed: January 1, 2001
Revised: September 2009

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