Welcome to the Maintenance Department

Pesticide Use Policy

Pesticides are periodically applied to school district property as part of the District’s pest management program. According to Michigan law, parents and legal guardians of children enrolled in the district have the right to request prior notification of pesticide applications to the buildings or grounds. To be notified before the application of pesticides, contact Mike Roehl, Buildings and Grounds Manager, at 364-7811.

Please understand that emergencies arise and pesticides may be applied without prior notice to parents or legal guardians. Parents or legal guardians that have requested prior notifications, however, will be notified after pesticide applications. Application of pesticides will be performed only by certified or registered applicators where and when required. If a pesticide is applied in a building, students will not occupy the room for a minimum of four hours. At the time of application, a sign will be posted for 48 hours near the building’s primary point of entry. When a pesticide is applied to school district grounds, the application will not be made within 100 feet of occupied classrooms, and flags will be inserted in the ground to mark the application area. 

EPA AHERA Management Plan and Absestos Information



Storm Watershed Program

Marysville Public Schools is a proud member of the Northeastern Watersheds Group. As part of this group, Marysville Public Schools partners with St. Clair County, local municipalities and school districts to meet federal regulations from the Clean Water Act requiring improvements in storm water quality.

Marysville Public Schools and the Northeastern Watersheds group are committed to protecting, enhancing and celebrating our rivers.

Please visit for more information about local efforts to improve water quality within our school district and to check out the activities offered to families to help support these clean water initiatives.

PDF DocumentSt. Clair River "Progress Report"


Water Quality Reimbursement Program

As part of Marysville Schools commitment to protect the health of students, teachers and staff, we are participating in the School Drinking Water Reimbursement Program, which is jointly administered by the Michigan Department of Education and Department of Environmental Quality.   The link below provides access to the September 20, 2017 report, that covers the reporting period of July 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017.

 Public Notification to Parents, Teacher and Staff- Drinking Water Quality Reimbursement Report