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Business Services Division

Rick Wiersma, Assistant Superintendent

Rick Wiersma

 

 

The Business Division supports the District Vision to see all students graduate ready for college and careers by providing:

• Safe, comfortable and modern campuses for students and staff;
• Nutrition services to support a healthy student lifestyle;

• Home to school transportation services to improve student attendance; and
• Financial support services to establish fiscal solvency and transparency.

Our staff is dedicated to assist in meeting the needs of students, staff and our community. A variety of resources are available through this web site. Select the department name to view their web page. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact the appropriate office below for further assistance.

 

Rick Wiersma
Assistant Superintendent of Business

Phone: 909-988-8511 Ext 2680
Email: rick.wiersma@cjuhsd.net

 

Julian Morales
Administrative Assistant

Phone: 909-988-8511 Ext 2681
Email: julian.morales@cjuhsd.net

 

 

Drinking water lead testing information

California Assembly Bill 746 (AB 746) was approved by the Governor and published on October 13, 2017. The bill requires all community water systems that serve a school site of a local educational agency with a building construction before January 1, 2010 to test for lead in the potable water system of the school site on or before July 1, 2019. Health Safety Code 116277 was also developed and added under AB 746 to provide guidelines and requirements for K-12 schools.

On November 22, 2017 the District responded quickly to the requirement and hired a third party company to perform sampling at all 11 of our sites. Nine of the 11 schools were non-detect for the presence of lead and two had one fountain each with detectable levels under the 15 ppb threshold. Even though the two fountains were well under the threshold, they have since then been replaced.

All sampling methods followed the requirements in Appendix A and were submitted to a State of California Department of Health Services accredited laboratory where they tested using approved Environmental Protection Agency methods.

The full report with maps of sampling locations and analytical reports for each sample taken can be accessed here: CJUHSD Water Report (PDF)

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