Katy ISD’s Maintenance & Operations Department celebrated the hard work and achievements of its nearly 600 team members this summer. In the annual awards ceremony, all were honored and more than 85 individuals and 12 campuses received awards.
“We are proud of our workforce and all that they accomplish each year to keep Katy ISD facilities running strong and in the best possible condition,” says Kathy McDonald, Katy ISD Director of Maintenance and Operations.
The top recognition awarded this year was the coveted Overall Most Outstanding Employee of the Year award, which was given in both the custodial and maintenance categories. This award was won by Sandy Scott, Katy ISD head custodian in the ESC and Merrell Center, and Fredy Flores, Katy ISD general maintenance man who works out of the west maintenance area. Scott and Flores have served more than seven and 15 years respectively with Katy ISD.
“I am thankful for this award, but I accepted it with praise and on behalf of my staff,” said Scott.
Katy ISD’s maintenance and operations team oversees the upkeep and operations of more than 10,000,000 square feet throughout the district each and every day. They are Katy ISD’s largest support services organization and cover everything from minor construction projects, to energy management, facility maintenance and grounds upkeep. For more information, visit the Maintenance & Operations page at www.katyisd.org.
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