Building and Grounds / Transportation

Buildings & Grounds

The Buildings and Grounds Department at Schenevus Central School oversees the safe operation and maintenance of the historic school building’s systems. Building and Grounds staff work behind the scenes to ensure our students have a safe and comfortable environment in which to learn. These staff ensure they are informed about the latest rules, regulations and best practices in their fields.

The district recently marked the 75th anniversary of the construction of the main school building. Schenevus has an excellent tradition of well-maintained facilities and forward-thinking building projects, including a $6.7 million project that aims to increase the building’s efficiency, safety and security.

Asbestos Management Plan

In accordance with the EPA’s Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) of 1987 (40 CFR Part 763), and the New York State “Right to Know Law,” annual notices pertain­ing to the inspection and availability of management plans have been posted in each building. The District’s original Asbestos Management Plan was submitted to the New York State Education Department in Albany, New York on May 23, 1988. All management plan records are available for review at the office of the Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, contact Joseph Bomba, LEA Designee, at 607-638-5530.

Pesticide Application Notice

The Schenevus Central School District is required by law to maintain a list of staff and parents/guardians who wish to receive forty-eight (48) hour prior written notification of pesticide applications at school facilities. To be placed on the notification list, please complete a pesticide notification request form. For more information, call 638-5881.


The Schenevus Transportation Department works to ensure that every student has a safe and enjoyable bus ride everyday to and from school.

Please follow all bus safety rules.

New York State school bus drivers are highly trained professionals that transport students to and from school, sporting events, and educational field trips. They confront all kinds of obstacles like changing weather conditions, traffic, and other emergencies with skill and dedication to make sure that each and every student stays safe.