The Argonaut High School Culinary Arts classroom renovation is complete. Students at Argonaut High School now have access to a state-of-the-art culinary facility.
New, modern, ADA-compliant bleachers are installed in the Amador and Argonaut High School gymnasiums.
The Argonaut High School track renovation is complete. Argonaut High School now has a competition-level facility.
There are brand-new, state-funded Special Education buildings at Argonaut High School and Plymouth Elementary School, with another currently in progress at Jackson Junior High School.
HVAC systems are being installed in the gyms at Argonaut High School, Jackson Junior High School, and Ione Junior High School.
If you have questions about current or future facilities projects, please contact the Business office.
Facilities Maintenance Plans
The Facilities Maintenance Plan provides an overview of the maintenance of all buildings, grounds, equipment, for fourteen (14) sites and identifies objectives of the maintenance program for Amador County Unified School District (ACUSD) and Amador County Office of Education (ACOE). In addition, it represents the Routine Restricted Maintenance Account and Deferred Maintenance Accounts.
Facilities Inspection System Reports
The Facilities Inspection System Report comprises an evaluation of all of the schools throughout the district. Serving as the uniform definition of good repair, the Facilities Inspection Tool (FIT) is intended to be used by school officials in ensuring that all California school children have access to clean, safe, and functional school facilities. The FIT is designed to identify areas of a school site that are in need of repair based upon a visual inspection of the site. Numerous categories are evaluated including, but not limited to, mechanical systems, sewer, interior surfaces, electrical, restrooms, fire safety, structural damage, roofs, and playgrounds. Many of the areas of need identified in the report will be addressed in the coming weeks in months as this report will be used by the maintenance department to improve conditions for the coming years. Properly maintaining this report and addressing the needs will provide the district with the potential to apply for state-funded facilities projects through the School Facility Program.
California Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Act (CUPCCAA)
Amador County Public Schools uses Quality Bidders for the CUPCCAA-compliant bidding process. To submit an application for approval, please visit the link below:
If you have any questions please contact:
There are no current RFPs available.