Caring for Mundelein High School with GSF Pride

Caring for Mundelein High School with GSF Pride

Within our schools there is a community supporting them, the custodial teams. GSF-USA is proud to be a part of the care system. We currently service Mundelein HS SD120 (team picture provided), Mundelein Elementary Schools SD75, Diamond Lake Schools District SD76, and Carmel Catholic HS. Within our shifts we handle everything from cleaning bathrooms, to cleaning classrooms, to everything in between. And we are proud to serve Mundelein.

Our days are filled with the cycles of students passing through the halls, nervous kids trying new things, expressing their untapped nature. In this scene, I will share the partnership between MHS and GSF-USA. Our day starts with the Site Manager, Raul, and the District's Facility Leader reviewing the needed items to care for during the evening. Setting up sporting events, evening's musicals, cleaning up and resetting meeting spaces, plus cleaning the classrooms for the next day's student's learning.

Each year the MHS120 GSF-USA Team prep for the cycles of restorative cleaning; summer cleaning, winter cleaning, spring cleaning, with covering daily/nightly cleaning in between. While performing all these tasks our skills as custodial tradespersons is increased. We pass that knowledge on to every client we serve. We have just started the new year and switched from restorative cleaning to daily cleaning. During the summer restorative cleaning we maintain floors by stripping them down and resealing them, top down cleaning of the classrooms to prep them for the returning staff.

This year was a great summer! Even while summer school met daily, sporting activities and practices happened right on schedule, and construction was happening in the super cool outdoor classroom, we were maintaining a level of behind the scenes work.

GSF-USA would like to say thank you for the great partnership with Mundelein High School and all the others who support the school mission.

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