The Bolton Public School district is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for students, staff and the community through careful planning and cost-effective programs. our Director of Operations participates on both the District Safety Council and the Town-wide Safety Committee in the review and improvement of safety practices.

Director of Operations
Ray Boyd 

Services include:
* Building and building systems maintenance and repairs
* Energy management
* Building and site project management
* Snow removal and sanding
* Recycling/refuse removal
* Asbestos management
* Pest control management
* Approval of all building use requests

Building Use Form - All Requests For Use forms should be received at least two weeks prior to your requested event dates. Click here to access the Building Use Form.

Completed forms should be emailed to Linda Armstrong during the school year or to Cristina Buckley during the summer months.  Please click here for email submission of completed forms.  

For further information, please contact Cristina Buckley at the above email link or by phone at 860-643-1569 ext.3411.

Green CleaningAs concerns about chemicals in the environment grow, there is an effort to reduce the amount and type of chemicals people are exposed to every day. In light of this, a law was passed in 2009 by the CT legislature that requires schools to start a green cleaning program in the schools by July 2011.  Bolton schools are participating in the Green Cleaning initiative.  Please see parental information regarding this initiative.

Green Cleaning Program 
Green Cleaning Product List

School Facilities Survey - BCS
School Facilities Survey - BHS
School Facilities Survey - District

Asbestos Management Plan - Please click here to view the Bolton Public Schools Asbestos Management plan as submitted by Director of Operations, Ray Boyd.

Environmental Protection

Indoor Air Quality Program: Bolton Schools Participates in "Tools for Schools": The Bolton staff participated in two 3-hour training sessions on the State of CT Indoor Air Quality Program.  The trained staff, including administrators, custodians, teachers and parents will now participate in building walk-throughs to determine potential improvements in indoor air quality.  The following link explains the State's program: