Another phase of pre-planning for the fall re-opening here at Texas A & M University included putting colored dots on classroom chairs in sequential order. Every third classroom chair was dotted with either a red, yellow or blue dot to help indicate social distancing and to help prevent the spread of COVID – 19. The dots were put on the chairs by different custodial employees in each of the different custodial crews. The tasks of counting the correct amount of dots for each classroom in each building was shared by the Custodial Administrative Staff (Ashley Weber and Erica Cruz), Unit Directors, Custodial Supervisors and Barbara Musgrove, Special Projects for SSC. The Regional Director of Operations for Custodial (Ted Dawson) also joined in the fun. This was actually a fun project to work on that took us all back to a time when we were school age children and when doing this kind of stuff was really cool.

by Sheila Robinson

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