Each school that has identified major capital construction needs like new or expanded cafeterias, will have a design team established to address all of the issues affecting that school. The custodial department will be the primary communicators with custodial staff to gather input and address any questions or concerns regarding staffing. There is not a set ratio for determining facilities staffing, such as so many custodians per square foot of space. This is because each school has unique characteristics. For example, some of our older schools, like Highland and Englewood, have three stories and an old-fashioned design, and they take more custodial support per square foot than a newer school like Battle Creek. When additional space is added, the district assesses each building to determine the best way to provide the facilities support needed. Adding significant amounts of additional square footage would require additional facilities staff, and the decision on how best to support the schools would be determined in the annual budget development process.