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It’s no secret that the Los Alamos Public School district is one of the best not only in the state, but also in the country. However, it may not be so obvious that this status doesn’t just apply to the students, but to the faculty as well.
Recently, LAPS maintenance worker Anthony Archuleta received the 2010 Ben Luján Maintenance Achievement Award for his role in establishing the Preventative Maintenance program for the Los Alamos School District.
According to a memo released by LAPS, “the award is given out by Speaker of the House Ben Luján and the New Mexico Public School Facilities Authority. It is named in honor of Ben Luján for his many years of support of public education.”
LAPS Facilities Coordinator Jeff Sargent said that Archuleta “would set times and dates in his head and on his calendar for times when specific types of work needed to be done, as well as for the frequency of when it would be done.”
Archuleta’s work included filter changes, belt inspections, smoke detector inspections and various other duties.
“This was very helpful when it came to creating schedules and timelines for preventative maintenance,” Sargent said.
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