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DCSMEC Letter of achievement

Miami-Dade County Public Schools will reopen Monday September 18, 2017 as the Superintendent requested.

I would like to extend my appreciation for the amazing work done by the DCSMEC family. The endless hours worked to be able to achieve the opening of schools and the professionalism that you have portrayed has impressed the entire district immensely and I am honored to represent you.

As I  followed each step of the process I realize it was the most important project thus far for our community and its success was of the utmost importance to get a sense of normalcy back to Miami-Dade County.

Your selfless dedication to leave your family many without power and answer the call of  civic duty and dedication  should be a source of pride to the district and a wake up call of the importance of a strong maintenance force.

I once again want to thank you for your extraordinary effort.

 

Rolando Sardiñas

Business Representative 

 

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General Membership Meeting Canceled

The general membership meeting scheduled for Tuesday September 19, 2017 has been canceled due to Hurricane Irma recovery efforts.

 

The meeting venue is under repair due to Hurricane Irma, we hope everyone is doing well FPL is working around the clock to restore power to everyone.

 

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HOTLINE NUMBERS

AFTER HURRICANE IRMA

Stay tuned to your local TV and Radio and in contact with your appropriate contact hotline for details related to your work sites and the need for you to return to work.

HOTLINE FOR MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL

MSC-1     305-523-0812.    Edward Willis
MSC-2.    305-523-0814.    Tom Quigley
MSC-3.    305-523-0815.    Joe Garcia
MSC-4.    305-523-0816.    Tim Jones
Central Maintenance Up-Stairs 305-523-0810 Mike Krtausch
Central Maintenance Down Stairs 305-523-0834 Jeff Ware

ITS EMERGENCY CONTACT LIST

NAME                              OFFICE            CELL

Jerry Perez                       995-3331    305-218-8548

Douglas Galbraith.         995-3332.   786-402-4259

Rolando Avila.                 995-3334.   305-218-6250

Rolando Lazo.                 995-3337.    786-229-1474

Armando Machado.       995-3348.    786-229-4132

Gabriel Garcia                 995-3341.     786-229-1482

Chris Sachtlebe.              995-3339.     786-229-1478

Michael Cupid.                995-3345.     786-402-4258

Rudy Rodriguez.             995-3342.     305-877-8744

Edgar Santos.                  995-7708.     786-295-9416

Fernando Tercill.            995-3924.     786-402-4261

Daryl Richards.               995-3274.      786-229-1470

Ryan Bertani.                   995-3278.     786-229-1500

Jorge Pineda.                   995-3362.      786-229-1486

Luis Perez.                       995-3359.       786-402-6256

Greg Duncan.                  995-3363.      305-218-8549

Leandre, Errol.               995-3378.       786-299-8100

Davion Crumel.              995-3275.       305-986-5999

Nivaldo Galue.                523-0528.      786-256-5042

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ALERT ALL MEMBERS ALERT

As Governor Scott increases the mandatory evacuation zones, more school shelters must come on-line to receive citizens that live in those areas.

We are in desperate need of volunteers (compensated per the DCSMEC contract) for the following shelters. Please contact Mr. John Mills at (786) 251-5583, or call the Maintenance Command Center at (305) 995-4990 for more information.

Opening today at 2:00 p.m., with National Guard Support:

Georgia Ayers Middle
1331 NW 46 Street, Miami, FL 33142

Eugenia B. Thomas K-8
5950 NW 114 Avenue, Miami, FL 33178

Hialeah-Miami Lakes SHS
7977 W 12 Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33014

Hubert Sibley MS
255 NW 115 Street, Miami, FL 33168

Jorge Mas Canosa MS
15735 SW 148 Street, Miami, FL 33196

Miami Northwestern SHS
1100 NW 71 Street, Miami, FL 33150

Opening later today, time TBD:

Andover MS
121 NE 207 Street, Miami, FL 33179

Bob Graham K-8
15901 NW 79 Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33016

G. Holmes Braddock SHS
3601 SW 147 Avenue, Miami, FL 33185

Hialeah Gardens MS
11690 NW 92 Avenue, Miami, FL 33018

Hialeah SHS
251 E 47 Street, Hialeah, FL 33013

Miami Edison SHS – Special Needs Center
6161 NW 5 Court, Miami, FL 33127

Miami Killian SHS
10655 SW 97 Avenue, Miami, FL 33176

Miami Lakes Educational Center
5780 NW 158 Street, Hialeah, FL 33014

Amelia Earhart ES
5987 E 7 Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33013

Linda Lentin K-8
14312 NE 2nd Court, Miami, FL 33161

Miami Norland SHS
1050 NW 195 Street, Miami, FL 33169

Miami Southridge SHS
19355 SW 114 Avenue, Miami, FL 33157

North Miami MS
13105 NE 7 Avenue, North Miami, FL 33167

Ruben Dario MS
350 NW 97 Avenue, Miami, FL 33172

Shenandoah, MS
1950 SW 19 Street, Miami, FL 33145

South Dade MS
29100 SW 194 Avenue, Homestead, FL 33030

 

 

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SCHOOL CLOSING & HOTLINES

Miami-Dade Schools will be closed Thursday and Friday

The superintendent announced today that schools will be closed Thursday and Friday except for essential personnel.

Essential personnel are workers necessary to maintain  shelters or facilities that need to stay open for emergency  purpose.

If your not sure of your status  consult  your  immediate supervisor.

HOTLINE FOR MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL

MSC-1     305-523-0812.    Edward Willis

MSC-2.    305-523-0814.    Tom Quigley

MSC-3.    305-523-0815.    Joe Garcia

MSC-4.    305-523-0816.    Tim Jones

Central Maintenance Up-Stairs 305-523-0810 Mike Krtausch

Central Maintenance Down Stairs 305-523-0834 Jeff Ware

ITS EMERGENCY CONTACT LIST

NAME                              OFFICE            CELL
Jerry Perez                       995-3331    305-218-8548
Douglas Galbraith.         995-3332.   786-402-4259
Rolando Avila.                 995-3334.   305-218-6250
Rolando Lazo.                 995-3337.    786-229-1474
Armando Machado.       995-3348.    786-229-4132
Gabriel Garcia                 995-3341.     786-229-1482
Chris Sachtlebe.              995-3339.     786-229-1478
Michael Cupid.                995-3345.     786-402-4258
Rudy Rodriguez.             995-3342.     305-877-8744
Edgar Santos.                  995-7708.     786-295-9416
Fernando Tercill.            995-3924.     786-402-4261
Daryl Richards.               995-3274.      786-229-1470
Ryan Bertani.                   995-3278.     786-229-1500
Jorge Pineda.                   995-3362.      786-229-1486
Luis Perez.                       995-3359.       786-402-6256
Greg Duncan.                  995-3363.      305-218-8549
Leandre, Errol.               995-3378.       786-299-8100
Davion Crumel.              995-3275.       305-986-5999
Nivaldo Galue.                523-0528.      786-256-5042

After the storm you need to contact your  appropriate hotline number for details related to your work sites and the need for you to return to work.

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DCSMEC Notice “Hurricane Irma”

Hurricane Irma is a major and life threatening storm and I urge the membership to get prepared, current forecast models have Florida in Irmas path. Here are some suggestions from the National Hurricane Center.

Before a Hurricane

Know your evacuation zone,
find locations of nearest shelter

Decide where you will ride out the storm

Review your insurance policies

Trim trees and shrubs

When a Hurricane Threatens

Fill car with gas

Get cash

Stock up on supplies

Bring in lawn furniture and other loose items

Anchor objects that can’t be brought inside

Secure boat

Board or shutter windows

Set refrigerator and freezer to coldest settings

Prepare emergency water supplies

Freeze water in plastic jugs

Protect valuables and personal papers in waterproof containers

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Labor day notice

As I’ve traveled around our district I have seen some pretty amazing individual accomplishments that help advance the educational experience for staff and students. When put together, they are a record of achievement few, if any other district can match.

Above all, they reflect the immense talent and leadership that you and your colleagues in the DCSMEC family bring to fruition every day. We are stronger because of your dedication. I am very grateful for your efforts and very proud of your performance.

Once more we have risen to the challenge and accomplished our task of a successful opening of school, students and teachers are safe and comfortably at work molding and shaping future leaders. Thanks to your hard work.

This weekend take some time to enjoy some well deserved rest and relaxation with friends and love ones. Please keep in your prayers our brothers and sisters in the Huston area who have lost so much due to flooding and hurricane disaster.

My sincere best wishes for you and your families on this Labor Day weekend.

 

Rolando Sardiñas

Business Representative

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Opening of schools notice

To all members,

 

After working through the heat of a South Florida summer once again we find ourselves in that magical time of the year getting ready for the start of school. Nobody does that better than the DCSMEC family. It seems year after year we have to do more and more with less yet somehow, someway we always come through. This year will be no different especially between now and the start of the school year on Monday; there is much to do with not enough time or personnel to do it. Management has acknowledged a better working relationship with labor than ever before, a good step in the right direction. First time in years we have new hires and safe vehicles, we still have a long road ahead of us, but I feel we are moving in the right direction.

As I’m sure most of you already know you will be working long days through the weekend to accomplish this goal. Everyone from site personnel to upper management will be out in force daily making sure the schools are ready for staff and students, in order to address any issues that may arise. Brothers & Sisters, please be careful and safe, stay properly hydrated and diligent in the task at hand. Most of all let me convey how proud I am of you and to be a part of the best maintenance program in the country.

On behalf of DCSMEC and the 4th largest school district in the nation, thank you for all you do and do so well.

 

Rolando Sardiñas

Business Representative

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OUTSTANDING JOB

Hard work pays off and M-DCPS you have proved it!

For the very first time in the history of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, we have eliminated all F schools in our community.”

The seven previous F schools and the grades they went to are as follows:

* Earlington Heights Elementary, Miami
From F to B
* Parkview Elementary, Miami Gardens
From F to C
* Poinciana Park Elementary, Miami
From F to A
* Skyway Elementary School, Miami Gardens
From F to B
* Brownsville Middle School, Miami
From F to D
* Carol City Middle School, Miami Gardens
From F to C
* North Dade Middle School, Miami Gardens
From F to C

Congratulations to all the students and staff of M-DCPS for an outstanding job,
DCSMEC is very proud to be part this historic undertaking.

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Get Your CEU Certificates

Brothers and sisters,

CEU certificates are currently being delivered to MSC-1, MSC-2, MSC-3 and MSC-4
please check with your yard Representatives to receive your certificate.

Zone Mechanics can pick up the certificate on Monday June 26, 2017 from your yard Director personal assistant, please call and verify they have your name before going to the yard.

If you work for Director Jeff Ware pick up your certificate from Howard Horne MSC-1.

If for some reason you can’t locate your certificate please notify DCSMEC at (305) 477-6002 or email us at dcsmecba@gmail.com.

 

Yard Representatives:

Howard Horne (MSC-1) Toy’s

Hercules Allen (MSC-2) 41 street

Santiago Gomez (MSC-3) Coral Reef

Richard Crafton (MSC-4) Redlands 

 

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