VSPMA - Our Mission

The mission of the Virginia School Plant Management Association shall be to support and enhance the instructional process through diligent attention to the educational environment, promotion of continuing education of the educational facilities professionals, and the exchange of information among members to improve school plant management, maintenance, housekeeping, energy management, and environmental control, The Virginia School Plant Management Association will serve as a vehicle to promote educational facilities improvements within our school divisions, and the Virginia Department of Education.

 

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VSPMA PROVIDES GUIDANCE FOR LEAD WATER TESTING IN VIRGINIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

The Virginia School Plant Management Association puts forth the following position and recommendations for lead water testing in Virginia Public Schools. The VSPMA collaborated with the Virginia Department of Health, the Virginia Department of Education, and Virginia Tech and put forward the following recommendations for public schools around the Commonwealth. Continue reading

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2018 CONFERENCE

The 11th Annual Conference was a great success! It was an excellent experience for school facility and custodial managers across the state. Our trade show sold out last year so we are geared up for another great year of customer and client support from our sponsors. We are so thankful for all of their support. The VSPMA offered some unique opportunities for professional development both within our general sessions and through various break-out sessions throughout the conference.

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WADE BEVERLY NAMED SCHOOL PLANT MANAGER OF THE YEAR

The Virginia School Plant Management Association is pleased to announce Wade Beverly, from Newport News Public Schools, as the first recipient of the Virginia School Plant Management Association Plant Manager of the Year Award for 2017. Wade is the Supervisor of Maintenance for Newport News Public Schools and he has also served as the past President for the Virginia School Plant Management Association. The VSPMA would like to again thank Wade for his service in making the learning environment the best it can be for students and teachers in his school division. Pictured from left to right: Keith Webb; Executive Director of Plant Services for Newport News Public Schools, Wade Beverly, Supervisor of Maintenance for Newport News Public Schools, and Dr. John A. Bailey; Director of School Plants for Chesapeake Public Schools and the current VSPMA President.

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