The mission of the Facilities Department is to provide an attractive, comfortable, clean, accessible, safe, and well-planned educational environment to facilitate campus activities, teaching, and learning, and to support the mission and goals of the Weston Public School District.
The Facilities Department for Weston Public Schools maintains six buildings totaling over 624,000 square feet and eleven athletic fields, six tennis courts, one track, five playground areas, one shot put training area, and two long jump training areas on a 164-acre campus. The Facilities Department is comprised of a team of highly skilled trades, grounds, and
custodial personnel that maintain the utilities, buildings, and grounds for Weston Public Schools. In addition to the operations, maintenance, and repair of these existing facilities, we are also involved in the planning, design, and construction management of all renovations and any proposed new facilities. Through our energy conservation
projects we constantly strive to improve the operation and efficiency of our buildings.
We accomplish the mission of the Facilities Department by identifying potential problems early on so that corrective action may be planned without interruption to the academic programs. We also closely monitor the needs of our campus community to ensure that we provide the necessary services they require in order to fulfill the mission of Weston Public Schools.
One Mile Safety Limit
Arrival & Dismissel Information
2017 10-Year Facilities Feasibility Study
Facilities Feasibility Study – Phase 2
Facilities Survey (EDO50)
Informational Video by CT DPH & CT DEEP
Radon & Air Quaility Testing Results
To request rental of the Weston Public School fields, classrooms, gyms, auditoriums, etc., please visit our facilities rental site.
Please CLICK HERE to view the results of recent Radon testing at Hurlbutt Elementary School.
Please click on the following links to view recent Indoor Air Quality results for the District:
Please click here to view the School Facilities Survey (EDO50) for the Weston Public Schools.
Please take a moment to view the video below produced by the Department of Public Health (CT DPH) and Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) entitled, Wastebusters – Green Cleaning Myths.