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Appreciation week: Custodians & Security Officers

Nathan Deason, writer

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In order to insure the quality and safety that this school possesses, some jobs are a must have. Out of every staff member that contributes to the standard and well-being of the OHS, today, we recognise two very important ones: our custodians and security men.

Janitor Kyle Granowski keeping the cafeteria clean in between lunches

Nathan Deason
Janitor Kyle Granowski keeping the cafeteria clean in between lunches

Here at OHS, custodians work very hard and long hours to not only ensure that we have a clean and presentable school, but also set up for extracurricular activities. The job of a custodian is around the clock. Almost every weekday, OHS has a custodian on the job from 12 a.m. until 12 p.m. Their job is challenging, but some custodians, like Mr. Kyle Granowski, find their job fun. Custodians do a lot of thing that go unnoticed. Granowski said, “I do everything from setting up for activities, to cleaning up after, delivering mail and helping out teachers at the same time.” Even when we are not in school, custodians are still working, Granowski explained, “We do a lot of setup for outside activities like football and lacrosse, cleaning up garbage around the school and general maintenance for the building is a big part.” Custodians provide a clean and well kept school inviting for all. Thank you to all the custodians here at OHS!

CSO Travis Johnson watching the cameras at the security desk

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CSO Travis Johnson watching the cameras at the security desk

Security is also vital at the OHS. Here, three men work hard everyday to provide necessary safety to all of our kids. Investigator, Mr. Terrence Flynn, and community service officers, Mr. Tommy Adams and Mr. Travis Johnson, all serve to protect and help OHS run smoothly. “My favorite part is working with the staff here,” said Johnson. The normal workday is quite busy, Johnson said, “We start every morning by parking lot checks. Then we take care of some duties assigned to us by administration. After that, we watch the kids and keep them in line.” Without security, OHS would be a mess. Thank you to all of OHS security!

Custodians and security men are just a few of many staff members who make OHS function properly. Big thanks to all the staff here on appreciation week!

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