Buildings and Grounds

The districts buildings and grounds are comprised of the Elementary School, Jr/Sr High School and Bus Garage. We take great pride in our facilities and our dedicated maintenance crew works hard every day to maintain them.

Building Use Form

Please fill out our Building Use Form and submit it to the school at least a week before you need to use the facilities

School Safety Plan

Safety is a priority at the Warrensburg Central School District. You can click here to read our full plan for the district to keep students, staff, and the community safe.


Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law

The Warrensburg Central School District is taking an aggressive, yet precautionary, approach to dealing with pesticides in and around its schools. The development and implementation of the district's integrated pest management (IPM) program is the key in achieving pesticide use reduction while providing effective and economical pest control. Any public or nonpublic elementary or secondary school that decides to use a pesticide product as a last resort in addressing a pest problem must comply with the Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law (section 409-h of the Education Law) effective July 1, 2001. This notice is to inform all parents, guardians, and staff that pesticide products may be used periodically throughout the school year. Please note that effective May 18, 2011 that pesticide use on school athletic fields and playgrounds is prohibited except in a case where the Board of Education deems that an emergency exists. Any parents, guardians and staff who wish to receive 48-hour written advanced notice from the schools of an actual pesticide application should contact Jonathan Parker at (518) 623-2861. View the Board of Education Policy on Pesticides and Pest Management.

District Asbestos Management Plan

In accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency (APA) Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act, (AHERA) of 1987 (40 CFR Part 763), the district conducts periodic asbestos surveillance and a required triennial inspection. Asbestos projects shall be conducted according to all applicable local, state and federal regulations.

As required by the USEPA since 1989, the Warrensburg Central School District has kept an Asbestos Management Plan for the district. This notification must be given annually, stating that the Asbestos Management Plans are up to date and on file in the Main Office of the Elementary School and the office of the District LEA Designee. These records are available for review during normal business hours. As required, periodic surveillances are conducted every six months. On April 20, 2022, the Elementary School and Junior Senior High School were inspected by a contracted New York State Certified Asbestos Inspector/Management Planner for the purpose of updating the Asbestos Management Plans. All applicable Federal and State Environmental, Health and Safety Asbestos Regulations will be implemented. For more information, contact Jonathan Parker, LEA Designee, at (518) 623-2861. 

Lead Testing

In September 2016, a state law went into effect that requires all public school district in New York State to test water for lead. The law requires school district to sample all water outlets currently or potentially used for drinking or cooking purposes in buildings that may be occupied by students and to submit those samples to a state approved lab for analysis. Regulations call for testing to take place again in 2020 and every five years thereafter, unless the state Commissioner of Health requires testing sooner.

The state established an action level of 15 micrograms of lead per liter, typically referred to as "parts per billion" (ppb). If a sample of from a water outlet exceeds this level, schools must take steps to prevent the use of the outlet for drinking or cooking purposes until it is remediated and follow-up testing confirms it is no longer above the action level.

School districts are required to report the results of all water testing to the state Department of Health, the state Education Department and the local health department and to post the results, along with any remediation plans if required, on the official district website. Click here to view our current water test results.

District Emergency Management Plan

The Warrensburg Central School District has developed a District Wide Emergency Response Plan and Building Level Emergency Response Plans for the Elementary and Junior/Senior High Schools as required by New York State Education Law Section 155.13. The regulation requires that each student occupied school building have plans in place which provide information on emergency procedures to all students and staff. The Warrensburg School District shall provide training throughout the year and conduct at least 8 fire/evacuation drills and 4 lockdown drill as well as a “Go Home” drill to test transportation and communication systems. Please note that Building Level Emergency Response Plans is confidential and do not fall under the Freedom of Information Law (F.O.I.L.). For information on the District Wide Emergency Response Plan, please contact Superintendent Amy Langworthy at (518) 623-2861.

Contact Us

Jonathan Parker, Director of Facilities
phone: (518)623-2861 x121