• Welcome to the

    Facilities Department

  • Martin Montaño
    Facilities, Safety & Security Director
    mjmontano@bps.k12.nm.us
     
    Donna Tenorio
     Administrative Assistant
    dtenorio@bps.k12.nm.us
    505-404-5743
     
     
    Maintenance Staff
    Bill White, Maintenance Supervisor
    Geary Anzures, Locksmith
    Ernest Sena, Electrician
    Jim Stewart, HVAC Technician
    Jimmy Salazar, HVAC Technician
    Steve Duran, Maintenance Technician
    David Chavez, Maintenance Technician
    Nestor Trujillo, Grounds
    Jesse Brazil, Grounds BHS



  • The Facilities Department is responsible for managing and maintaining every school building and site within the Bernalillo Public School District boundaries:


    676,091 sq. ft. of building space
    158.9 Acres of school property
    4 - Elementary Schools
    1 - Middle School
    2 - Elementary/Middle Schools
    1 - High School
    1 - Pre School
    2 - District Office Support Buildings

    The Department is also responsible for the District's long-range Facilities Master Plan, all Capital Outlay, New Construction and Renovations, Facilities Use and Safety & Security


  • While we welcome visitors to our school sites, please keep in mind all visitors must check in at the reception counter by providing a government issued identification card.  Your identification card is scanned and verified prior to entry.  You will be given a temporary badge to wear throughout your visit.  Please return the badge to the receptionist upon your departure.

    Raptor

     Raptor door sign

     

  • School Cleaning and Disinfecting

    Cleaning and disinfecting our schools is top priority for the Department during this time of uncertainty.  We, at the Facilities Department have taken a proactive approach to ensure our schools are cleaned and disinfected for our students, staff and community when the day comes when we can all return to school in some form or fashion.  We realize our lives have changed forever and how we work and serve each school within our District has changed as well.

    What are we doing?  The good news is the cleaning and disinfecting products we currently use have proven to be effective and meet the specific guidelines for disinfectants that are effective against the virus and requirements for the EPA’s emerging pathogens program. Custodians are properly suited and equipped with proper cleaning supplies and materials to first:

    Wipe down every touch surface within every classroom, gym, cafeteria, restroom, office space, library with a multi-purpose cleaner.  Every touch surface is then sprayed with a disinfectant and allowed to sit for approximately 5 minutes allowing time for the disinfectant to do its job.  Every touch surface is then sprayed again with the same disinfectant then wiped down with a micro-fiber cloth.  The process is repeated.  We will follow CDC guidelines for the frequency of disinfecting and ensure our processes are consistent with their recommendations.

  • School safety text

    6 Rules for School Safety

    Back-to-school doesn't have to mean back-to-worrying. Though safety inside your child's school is ultimately the responsibility of the principal and school staff, parents can take a few basic steps to ensure a safe school experience, too. These are recommended by the National Association of Elementary School Principals:

    1. Learn the school's emergency procedures
    2. Know travel routes to and from school
    3. Know and follow school security and safety measures
    4. Talk with your child about safety
    5. Inform school staff about health and emotional concerns
    6. Get involved.

    To read more click here.