The goal of an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan is to be site specific and to use a "common sense approach" that provides the least toxic solution, whenever and wherever possible, to control weeds and pests on all fields and grounds.
Please read the information below to learn more about our plan.
HVRSD has a very proactive approach to Indoor Air Quality issues. Please read the information below to learn more about our plan.
Please read the information below for information on our indoor pest management plans by school.
HVRSD is committed to protecting the health of the students and staff. Per this commitment, and the NJ Dept. of Education regulations, all of the drinking water in our schools has been tested for lead. Testing was carried out using the technical guidelines of the New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). A total of 258 samples were taken from all drinking fountains and food preparation outlets across the district's schools. There were 4 outlets out of the 258 that tested as "actionable", as defined by the U.S. Dept. of Environmental Protection as (15 ug/1 [ppb]). These 4 outlets were immediately, and permanently, removed from service.
Please see the file links below for the complete results of the water testing for lead that was completed in 2017 for all district schools. Each school has a printed copy of that specific school's results on file in the Main Office. It can be viewed, upon request, during regular business hours. Please contact Tom Quinn, Director of Facilities, at email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone: 609.737.4002, extension 2801, with any questions pertaining to this testing or the reports.
Notification of Athletic Field Treatment
Treatment of Athletic Fields CHS #2, CHS #3, AFT #6 and TMS #1 at the Central High School and Timberlane Middle School for sod worms has been deemed necessary by regular inspection and monitoring over the spring and summer months. This treatment will be done on Saturday, July 23, 2018, Monday, July 24, 2018 and Tuesday, July 25, 2018. Please see the link below for information on the treatment product.
Athletic Field Inspections Information
Regular inspection and monitoring of Athletic Fields CHS #2, CHS #3, CHS #4, TMS #1, TMS #2, TMS #4, TMS #5, AFT #1, AFT #2, AFT #3, AFT #4, AFT#5 AFT #6 and AFT #7 has exposed an excessive amount of weed growth in these fields. If weed propagation continues at this same rate, it will be necessary to treat for weeds in August 2017, to insure that these fields are in the best possible shape for the school year. Inspections will continue through July and August to monitor this situation and determine the best course of action.