SUMTER COUNTY ELEMENTARY CELEBRATES TOTAL COMPLIANCE WITH ENERGY CONSERVATION
ADMINITRATION ENJOYS TOTAL COMPLIANCE
SUMTER COUNTY ELEMENTARY CELEBRATES TOTAL COMPLIANCE WITH ENERGY CONSERVATION The administration, teachers and staff of Sumter County Elementary have become the fifth school site to attain total compliance with the district energy conservation program. Randomly, a different school in the Sumter County School district is visited for a compliance survey by Mulkey McMichael, Energy Education Manager for Sumter County Schools. His unannounced visit, at 6:00 a.m., has led to energy savings competition within the school district. "I am among the first to enter a school and see the building spaces as they were left the day before. As I enjoy total compliance, I realize why this school district has a 'cost avoidance' savings of $818, 530 since December 2008. Together schools have saved over 19.8 jobs in Sumter County Schools," said McMichael.
Sumter County Elementary was the first totally compliance school in the district for two years. Sarah Cobb Elementary received this notation for 2011.
Proudly, Assistant Principal, Dr. Renee Mays, at left, Principal Mrs. Sharron Marcus and Assistant Principal, Mrs. Lezley Anderson present their total compliance certificates for energy conservation.