I’m beyond excited to use the column space this week to talk about some of the finest folks at Los Alamos Public Schools.
National Custodian Day is Oct. 2! That’s right, some of the hardest working folks in the district have their very own day to be celebrated and I hope you will join me in the salute.
These are the hard working crews that sweep, mop, wipe tables, clean bathrooms, empty trash and recycle bins. They wipe down water fountains, set up lunchrooms take down lunchrooms, get tables and chairs for the multitude of awards assemblies, open houses, meetings, science fairs and probably a hundred other things they are asked to do on a moment’s notice.
Who are some of those fine folks I talk about, you might ask? Well, let me name just a few.
Barranca: Santiago Ortiz, Maria Marquez and Daniel Baca.
Aspen: Jesus Talamantes is head custodian, Martha Torres and Magalay Perez are evening custodians.
Chamisa: Jorge Aragon, Carole Pollat and Carmen Miramontes.
Mountain: Randy Ritche, Bruce Reibe and Eileen Jaramillo.
Piñon: Patsy Sanchez, Isidro Rodriguez and Carmen Miramontes.
Middle School: Alfredo Tena is head custodian, Lorraine Sisneros, Mark Mascarenas, Daniel Baca, Janet Torres are evening custodians.