Maintenance
Michael Luscher
Director of Facilities
Phone: 502-570-3019/Fax: 502-863-5367

 

E-mail: mike.luscher@scott.kyschools.us

 

"Better Test Scores - Through Improved Operations & Facilities"

It is the goal of this department to support the Scott County Schools by providing a clean, safe, secure and aesthetically pleasing environment, enhancing teacher’s ability to teach and student’s ability to learn, pursuant to improved test scores.

Secondary to the learning process, our goal is:

1. To construct and renovate our facilities with low maintenance materials and energy efficient equipment thereby reducing overall operating costs while providing aesthetically pleasing facilities and great learning environments at a reasonable cost to the taxpayers of Scott County.


2. To provide IT, custodial, maintenance & operational services, "second to none".

 

 
 
Zan Rexroat, Director of Maintenance
Scott County Schools
Phone 502-570-3003
FAX:  502-863-2115

Email: zan.rexroat@scott.kyschools.us

Friends and Neighbors,

The maintenace department for Scott County Schools strives to provide the best learning environment for our kids and staff. We want to provide safe, clean, inviting, and energy efficient learning facilities for our community. In over thirty three years as an educator, I have served in many capacities as teacher, coach, principal, and maintenance director. Over that time period, I have seen Scott County Schools grow from just under 3,000 students to over 8,000 students. Our facilities have grown and greatly improved over these thirty years as well. We are not perfect and still have lots of improvements we would like to make as budgets allow. We are a statewide leader in providing award winning facilities such as Anne Mason Elementary School, Royal Spring Middle School, Elkhorn Crossing School, Georgetown Middle School, and Southern Elementary School which have all won Associated General Contractor Awards in their respective categories over the past few years. We strive for continuous improvement in training our staff to be as skilled as they can be at performing their many tasks so that we can better serve our students. We hope that when you visit our schools, you will find the facilities in which the community can take pride. Thank you for visiting our website.

Sincerely,

Zan Rexroat, Director of Maintenance

 
 
  
 
 Jim McClanahan
 Energy Manager/Assistant Dierctor of Maintenance
 Scott County Schools
 Phone 502-570-3004
 FAX:  502-863-2115
 

  
This department is responsible for the maintenance of buildings and grounds for the Scott County School System. Responsibilities of this department are as follows but not limited to:
• Supervises and repairs the district’s building and grounds.
• Maintains a current inventory of equipment and supplies.
• Established an efficient and effective system of routine maintenance.
• Promotes high standards of safety and good housekeeping methods in all work-connected areas.
• Completes all tasks in shortest time possible.
• Performs other assigned duties as may be necessary. 

The facilities maintenance department for Scott County Schools support the vision statement for the district which is "to create a collaborative culture to ensure student learning."
 
The facilities maintenance department for Scott County Schools are committed to providing a safe, clean, inviting and energy efficient student learning facilities.

In order to create a collaborative culture, we must work with the staff at each school to maintain student learning facilities in a safe, inviting and energy efficient manner.

In order to ensure student learning we must work around student activities such as testing to maintain the facilities while not distrubing student learning.