Elementary - School Specific Information

Below you will find information on ventilation systems according to school along with actions taken to improve ventilation and air filtration. The OCDSB has also created a Standardized School Ventilation Measures Report (Excel file), which provides a snapshot of school ventilation and filtration measures taken at each school.


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A.Lorne Cassidy Elementary School

A. Lorne Cassidy ES has a central HVAC system containing two large air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Library, Gymnasium and Foyer. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning of theCO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Adrienne Clarkson Elementary School
Adrienne Clarkson ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple large air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning of CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system.
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Agincourt Road Public School
Agincourt Road PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple large air handling units designed to supply outdoor air to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Alta Vista Public School
Alta Vista PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling unit, and passive units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 32 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
3. Providing 17 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
4. New HVAC systems for the Admin and Child Care areas

Arch Street Public School
Arch Street PS has a passive Ventilation system.  Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 15 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:
1. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
2. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
3. New HVAC system for the Admin area and new UV Filtration Systems for the classrooms

Avalon Public School
Avalon PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 7 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

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Barrhaven Public School

Barrhaven PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing of CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 10 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC Systems for the Gymnasium and Portables.

Bayshore Public School 
Bayshore PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                              
                                      
Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning of CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 12 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC System for the portables

Bayview Public School
Bayview PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 7 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Bell High School
Bell HS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices and Special Program Classrooms.     
                                                                                                     
Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 20 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC systems for the portables

Bells Corners Public School
Bell's Corners PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Berrigan Elementary School
Berrigan ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 10 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Blossom Park Public School
Blossom Park PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 6 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables, Admin area and classroom unit ventilator replacements

Briargreen Public School
Briargreen PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning of CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.   

Bridlewood Community Elementary School
Bridlewood Community ES has unit ventilators in classrooms and mechanical ventilation in all other areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                   
                                 
Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 10 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Broadview Avenue Public School
Broadview Avenue PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 10 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which are connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 16 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

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Cambridge Street Community Public School

Cambridge Street PS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and a seperate HVAC unit of the Gym. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Carleton Heights Public School
Carleton Heights PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning of CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 13 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Carson Grove Elementary School
Carson Grove PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 7 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Castlefrank Elementary School
Castlefrank ES has an HVAC system for the Lobby, Administration and Gym designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation. All classrooms have unit ventilators for fresh air. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Castor Valley Elementary School
Castor Valley ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to the classrooms and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 14 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC systems for the portables and Admin areas. Replacement of existing rooftop HVAC equipment

Cedarview Middle School
Cedarview MS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 3 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.  
                                                                                                  
Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Centennial Public School
Centennial PS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Chapman Mills Public School
Chapman Mills PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 2 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2.Recommissioning  CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Charles H. Hulse Public School
Charles H. Hulse PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to allareas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Churchill Alternative School
Churchill AS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Clifford Bowey Public School
Clifford Bowey PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 27 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin areas

Connaught Public School
Connaught PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Convent Glen Elementary School
Convent Glen ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Crystal Bay Centre for Special Education
Crystal Bay Centre has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to the  classrooms and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 20 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 6 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

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D. Roy Kennedy Public School

D. Roy Kennedy PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple unit ventilators designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit for the Gymnasium Kindergarden, Daycare, Library and administration.. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Devonshire Community Public School
Devonshire PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 26 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin and Child Care areas

Dunlop Public School
Dunlop ES has passive ventilation. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 18 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin, Child Care and Gymnasium. Replacement of existing classroom unit ventilators

Dunning-Foubert Elementary School
Dunning Foubert ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 9 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New UV Filtration systems for the classrooms. New HVAC system for the portables and Admin areas. Replacement of classroom unit ventiltors.

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Earl of March Secondary School

Earl of March SS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, and Special Program Classrooms.

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning of CO2systems in addition and Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 30 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Elgin Street Public School
Elgin Street PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 4 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 17 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms. Also for classrooms to increase the ventilation rate to 6 eACH.

Elmdale Public School
Elmdale PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and 2 HVAC Units dedicated to the Basement. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified  to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 0 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Emily Carr Middle School
Emily Carr MS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas ofthe school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 2 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin Area

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Fallingbrook Community Elementary School

Fallingbrook Community ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Daycare. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Farley Mowat Public School
Farley Mowat PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 8 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Featherston Drive Public School
Featherston Drive PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 3 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Fielding Drive Public School
Fielding Drive PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and 2 HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

First Avenue Public School
First Avenue PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Fisher Park Public School
Fisher Park PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning of exsisting CO2 monitors and Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area and replacement of some existing classroom unit ventilators

Forest Valley Elementary School
Forest Valley ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and 2 HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. Replacement of existing rooftop HVAC equipment

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General Vanier Public School

General Vanier PS has a passive ventilation system and HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium and one for the Library. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 13 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Glashan Public School
Glashan PS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all classrooms and separate HVAC Units for the Gymnasium, Library and Administration. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 3 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Glen Cairn Public School
Glen Cairn PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 3 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 7 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Glen Ogilvie Public School
Glen Ogilvie PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 35 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area and replacement of classroom unit ventilators

Goulbourn Middle School
Goulbourn MS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all classrooms and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.
Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour. 2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day. 3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year. 4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians 5. Provided 3 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters 2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system 3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians 4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Greely Elementary School
Greely PS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all classrooms and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

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Half Moon Bay Public School

Half Moon Bay PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 18 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Hawthorne Public School
Hawthorne PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Henry Larsen Elementary School
Henry Larsen ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. Replacement of existing classroom unit ventilators

Henry Munro Middle School
Henry Munro MS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all classrooms and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 3 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Heritage Public School
Heritage PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Hilson Avenue Public School
Hilson Avenue PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Hopewell Avenue Public School
Hopewell Ave PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Huntley Centennial Public School
Huntley Centennial PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 6 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

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Jack Donohue Public School
Jack Donohue PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Jockvale Elementary School
Jockville ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

John Young Elementary School
John Young ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas ofthe school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants
. Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour. 2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day. 3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year. 4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians 5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters 2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system 3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians 4. Providing 13 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms. 5. New HVAC system for the portables and Admin area

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Kanata Highlands Public School

Kanata Highlands PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Kars on the Rideau Public School
Kars on the Rideau PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 7 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Katimavik Elementary School
Katimavik PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas ofthe school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. Replacement of classroom unit ventilators

Knoxdale Public School
Knoxdale PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 35 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area and new UV filtration system for the classrooms

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Lady Evelyn Alternative School

Lady Evelyn AS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Lakeview Public School
Lakeview PS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 16 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 7 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Le Phare Elementary School
Le Phare ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School
Longfields-Davidson Heights SS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all area ofthe school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, and Special Program Classrooms.

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 21 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

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Manor Park Public School

Manor Park PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin Area

Manordale Public School
Manordale PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school including the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 7 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Manotick Public School
Manotick PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Maple Ridge Elementary School
Maple Ridge ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning of CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Mary Honeywell Elementary School
Mary Honeywell ES has unit ventilators for fresh air in the classrooms and all other areas HVAC Units dedicated to the supply of fresh air. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 13 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 10 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Meadowlands Public School
Meadowlands PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Merivale High School
Merivale HS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas ofthe school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 3 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                                 

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                  
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 16 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Metcalfe Public School
Metcalfe PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Mutchmor Public School
Mutchmor ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 27 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Child care area

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North Gower/Marlborough Public School

North Gower - Marlborough PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 9 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

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Orleans Wood Elementary School

Orleans Wood ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units and unit ventilators designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Osgoode Public School
Osgoode PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an  HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 6 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

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Pinecrest Public School

Pinecrest PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 6 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Pleasant Park Public School
Pleasant Park PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

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Queen Elizabeth Public School
Queen Elizabeth PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2.Recommissioning  CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Queen Mary Street Public School
Queen Mary PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

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Regina Street Alternative School

Regina Street PS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area and new UV filtration system for the classrooms

Richmond Public School
Richmond PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 7 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Riverview Alternative School
Riverview AS has a passive ventilation system. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 24 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                  
1. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
2. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
3. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Child Care area and Gymnasium. New UV filtration system for the classrooms

Robert Bateman Public School
Robert Bateman PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Filters in the HVAC units are MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Robert E. Wilson Public School
Robert E. Wilson PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Robert Hopkins Public School
Robert Hopkins PS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and a 2nd HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 7 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Roberta Bondar Public School
Roberta Bondar ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Roch Carrier Elementary School
Roch Carrier PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 8 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Rockcliffe Park Public School
Rockcliffe Park PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Roland Michener Public School
Roland Michener PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 3 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

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Sawmill Creek Elementary School

Sawmill Creek ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Severn Avenue Public School
Severn Avenue PS has a central HVAC system containing one air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to Kindergarden.The rest of the school has passive ventilation. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 12 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 15 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the ASdmin, Child Care and Gymnasium. New UV filtration system for the classrooms.

Sir Robert Borden High School
Sir Robert Borden HS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an  HVAC Unit dedicated to each of the Gymnasiums. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 9 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                                 

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                  
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 19 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Sir Winston Churchill Public School
Sir Winston Churchill PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 30 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

South March Public School
South March PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Recommissioning exsisting CO2 monitors and Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Stephen Leacock Public School
Stephen Leacock PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 5 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 6 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Steve MacLean Public School
Steve MacLean PS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 7 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Stittsville Public School
Stittsville PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 8 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Stonecrest Elementary School
Stonecrest ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Summerside Public School
Summerside PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2.Recommissioning of CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Summit Alternative School

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Terry Fox Elementary School

Terry Fox PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 3 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

Trillium Elementary School
Trillium ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2.Recommissioning of the CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

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Vimy Ridge Public School

Vimy Ridge PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2.Recommissioning of the CO2 monitoring equipment which is connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 20 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Vincent Massey Public School
Vincent Massey PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 6 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area. Replacement of existing HVAC equipment

Viscount Alexander Public School
Viscount Alexander PS has a central HVAC system containing one air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all classrooms and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

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W. Erskine Johnston Public School

W.Erskine Johnston PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 4 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

W.E. Gowling Public School
W.E. Gowling PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area

W.O. Mitchell Elementary School
W.O. Mitchell PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas and an HVAC Unit dedicated to the Gymnasium. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 6 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 9 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables

Westwind Public School
Westwind PS has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 8 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
3. Providing 17 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.

Woodroffe Avenue Public School
Woodroffe ES has a central HVAC system containing multiple air handling units designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 29 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 34 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the portables, Admin area and classrooms. Replacement of existing HVAC equipment

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York Street Public School

York Street PS has a central HVAC system containing one large air handling unit designed to supply outdoor air for ventilation to all areas of the school. Initially, the units were inspected/recommissioned and verified to be operating in accordance with the design intent and the ventilation standard - ASHRAE 62.1. The HVAC system is controlled via our Building Automation System. This allowed us to modify the unit operation to increase ventilation rates and add multiple air purges daily to optimize the air quality and reduce the transmission risk of airborne contaminants.

Following summarizes the specific measures taken for the 2020-2021 school year:                                       
1. Create purge cycles before, during and after school which exchanges the building air with outdoor air at a rate of approx. 3.6 complete air changes per hour.
2. Increase ventilation rates during other occupied school hours to a fixed rate, ensuring continuous exchange of outdoor and indoor air throughout the day.
3. Filter changes prior to September 2020 and increased frequency of filter changes throughout the year.
4. Thorough cleaning of HVAC equipment by the manufacturer's service technicians
5. Provided 22 portable HEPA filtration units for the Isolation Room, Admin Offices, Kindergarten and Special Program Classrooms.                                                                                                    

Additional measures to be taken for the September 2021 school year:                                                 
1. Upgrading filters in the HVAC units to MERV-13 filters
2. Installing CO2 monitoring equipment which will be connected to our building automation system
3. Testing and inspection of all HVAC equipment by our OCDSB technicians
4. Providing 5 additional HEPA filtration units for any rooms that may be lacking in ventilation or subject to such as staff room, library and lunch rooms.
5. New HVAC system for the Admin area and Gymnasium. New UV Filtration system for the classrooms.

 


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