Pest Control

  • The level of pest control and the method of pest management to be considered are as follows:

    • Non-Chemical prevention of pest populations using methods such as sanitation, exclusion, and cultural methods.
    • Application of pesticides only “as needed” to correct verified problems.
    • Selecting the least hazardous methods and materials effective for control of targeted pests.
    • Precision targeting of pesticides to areas not contacted or accessible to the children, faculty and staff.

    Here are a few tips that will help with Pest Control.

    1. Please do not leave open food in or at your desks.
    2. Please make sure that the students do not have open food at their desks.
    3. Please make sure that all cabinets are free from open food containers.

    In the event of a student or staff safety issue, please call the Maintenance Department (281-577-8640) directly.  All other pest management concerns should go through the work order system.

IPM Personnel

  • Jeremy Franklin is our Certified Applicator for our district. His license # is CA42242.

    He has two gentlemen that are all certified technicians to help with application: Mark Casey and Rod Boykin.