Maintenance & Facilities

Director of Maintenance & Facilities headshot

Gerald Fegel

Director of Maintenance & Facilities

Diane Isernhagen

Administrative Assistant for Maintenance

Jody Sloan

Maintenance Supervisor


The purpose of the maintenance department is to provide safe, clean and well-maintained facilities and grounds in the school system. A safe, clean and well-maintained facility provides the best atmosphere for instruction to take place. The maintenance department includes

centralized personnel who assist school personnel with many tasks, which may include mowing, trimming and basic upkeep of school system grounds; helping with landscaping of new facilities; providing normal maintenance tasks to keep facilities in working order; providing repair services when systems fail or when items need repair; providing contracted service personnel for repair of specialized systems within facilities; providing installation services with furniture, shelving and other items in new and existing facilities; providing services in the opening of new facilities; providing relocation services when programs change from one facility to another; providing the school system mail and delivery service; and providing help in maintaining parking lots at schools.

The purpose of this document is to streamline the request for facility use process for all stakeholders involved.

Directions for Completion:

  • Complete an application for the requested school site. The completed request must be submitted forty-five (45) days prior to the scheduled event.

  • The requesting organization will be notified of the status of the request.

Building Safety Requirements:

  • All facilities have a comprehensive school safety plan based on best practices from GEMA (Georgia Emergency Management Agency). These plans are updated for the current school year.

  • Camden County Schools has developed a Crisis Counseling Response

  • Through a cooperative effort with the Camden County Sheriff's Office, three resource deputies have been hired and assigned to the elementary level. This is in addition to the resource officers provided by the Kingsland Police department and St. Marys Police department. There will now be one deputy per three elementary schools, one resource officer at each middle school, and two resource officers at the high school.

  • All facilities are monitored by surveillance cameras.

  • All schools conduct regular fire, lock down, intruder, and severe weather drills.

  • The Camden Area Public Safety Committee has been formed. The committee has been created to promote safety and security in Camden schools. There is representation on the committee from local law enforcement, Camden County Schools, fire and rescue, and the local EMA director.

  • Upgraded doors and access controls are being installed in the schools.