Maintenance & Operations Department

North Franklin Maintenance & Operations Department
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"Committed to Work Together for Excellence!"

Primary Goal & Mission: Provide for the needs of the physical plant and keep the schools safe, comfortable, and environmentally conducive to aid in the learning process.

Director's Message

MaintOpsDirWelcome to the Maintenance & Operations Department. My name is Kelly Gregg, Director of the Department, and I sincerely appreciate your visit to our School District. We are a small Maintenance & Operations team with a large area to cover within North Franklin School District. I would like to introduce you to our staff and share some additional information about our department and how some of our work is processed.

Our Maintenance staff work together to accomplish multiple duties in addition to their specific responsibilities, and they strive to work together for excellence.

Maintenance & Operations Support:


  • 340,000 sq/ft of facilities:
    -Building components to include: kitchen equipment, electrical & mechanical systems, security, fire alarm and sprinkler systems, sports flooring, etc.
  • 14 facilities with 13 portables:
    -Requiring daily custodial support, averaging 28,000 to 35,000 sq/ft per custodian.
  • 65 + acres of turf & lanscaping:
    -Maintaining each week on six different sites reaching 22 miles away. Including sports fields, playgrounds & equipment.
  • Food service delivery support


Primary Goals

Provide for the needs of the physical plant and keep the school safe, comfortable and environmentally conducive to aid in a good learning process.

We believe that maintenance and custodial are an important part of the public education process, just as all the other support services are. The physical characteristics of a school facility are looked upon by the community, administration, teachers, coaches, maintenance and custodial and any one else who has contact with North Franklin School District, as something to be proud of.

We comprehend the utmost importance of realizing the basic definition of “Cost of Ownership,” which we believe will generally include not only the planning, design and construction, but also maintenance, repairs, replacements, alterations and normal operations such as heating, cooling and lighting, as well as ultimate disposal. These operating costs are recognized as being long-term costs to the owner.

With having the understanding of “Cost of Ownership,” we base a lot of our decisions on trying to provide the district with the best possible environment for the kids, and we keep in mind the long term cost or savings when the decisions are being made. Whether it be a new piece of equipment or to update something, we need to understand the importance of providing the equipment necessary to perform the work in a safe, efficient and productive manner. This in turn saves the district problems and money in the long term.

Kelly D. Gregg, Maintenance & Operations Director

Work order proccess

Maintenance & Operations Work Request Form

North Franklin's Maintenance & Operations Department utilizes the Internet to enhance managing work requests from the buildings, and also to organize and track assigned work. An example of a typical work request:


A Typical Work Request Flow from a Building