Director of Facilities and Operations
Facilities and Operations
1174 Entley Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: 509.527.3018 or 509.527.3017
Summary of Services
The Facilities and Operations department maintains all of the buildings and grounds in the Walla Walla School District. We have on staff an electrician, two HVAC technicians, a plumber, three carpenters, a painter, and a crew of grounds staff. We also support Nutrition Services and supply the district with stockroom inventory items.
Office Hours and Contacts
Office Hours: 7:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday, except holidays.
Mike Kay's Cell: 541.601.1545
Stacy Shake's Cell: 253.255.1485
Charles Broughton's Cell: 509.386.7905
Print Services provides numerous services to staff and school related organizations.
Print Services Contact:
Print Services email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Print Services Hours: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm.
Print Services Specialist: Kelly Gabel
Print requests may be made at WWPS.webdeskprint.com (First time users will need to register using a WWPS email.)
Pesticide/Herbicide Application Notifications
Walla Walla Public School District uses an ATV to apply both fertilizer and pesticides. We apply as much as possible during after school hours when children are not present. Signs must be posted for at least 24 hours after application. The pre-notification requirements do not apply if the application is made to a school that is not occupied by students for at least two consecutive days after application, or to any emergency applications for controlling any pest that poses an injury, health, or safety threat, such as an application to control stinging insects. However, 48 hour notification will be made as soon as possible following an emergency application. WWPS Pesticide Policy and Procedures
Did you know you can donate your home recycling to Walla Walla Public Schools? When you drop off your items at the recycling center, just indicate the proceeds should go to the Walla Walla Public Schools' account. It's that easy!
We recycle: cardboard, paper, plastic, and aluminum cans. In April 2005, due to concerns about mercury in our landfill, we began recycling all types of batteries and light bulbs as well. Please contact your head custodian about recycling batteries in your school or building.