Winfield Elementary Recognized for Superior Maintenance
Release Date: 12/16/2008 8:18:45 AM
Winfield Elementary school has been recognized by the state of Maryland for meeting the highest standards for school maintenance for the 2007-2008 school year.
Schools undergo an inspection that involves grading from Poor to Superior in 35 areas and systems both inside the school and out. The school ranking is based upon the average of the 35 ranked systems.
According to Ray Prokop, Director of Facilities, “We feel that there is a direct correlation between working and teaching conditions and student achievement. All of the credit for the Governor’s recognition should go to the custodial and maintenance staff throughout Carroll County Public Schools.”
Winfield Elementary School received the Citation at an awards ceremony prior to the Board of Public Works meeting held in Annapolis on December 3, 2008.