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As we head into a holiday weekend, stop for a moment and think about what and who you are thankful for each day.
This week, we look at the Asset of Safety, when a young person feels safe at home, at school and in the neighborhood.
We won’t look at data, but will start this column on a thankful note and look at safety in a different way.
I hope after the holiday weekend, that you’ll think about some people that work harder than you know everyday.
Those people are the custodians and janitors of Los Alamos Public Schools.
Now the disappointing part is that I won’t be able to name them all, as a matter of fact, I can only name a couple at each of the schools my children have attended.
There’s Mr. Aragon, Alfredo, Randy, Jesus, Henry, Tony and so many, many more.
The amazing thing would be if you could see any lunchroom after the masses have been through, within an hour time period, known as lunch. I will save a full column on that for another day.
The focus this week is on what happens in the day in the life of … well in a brief glimpse in the life, of our LAPS custodians and janitors.
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