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SCUSD Classrooms and Work Spaced Equipped with MERV 13 Filters (and the Supermajority That are Not)

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In order to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for students during the pandemic, school districts have to take significant mitigation steps.

One foundational component in mitigation is the ventilation and filtration systems in our classrooms.

SCTA has proposed that classrooms are:

a. equipped with centralized HVAC that provide air filtration with a minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) of 13 or better; or

b. equipped with centralized HVAC that provide air filtration with a minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) of 8; AND, portable air filtration units with a clean air delivery rate (CADR) of 250 or greater per 1000 square feet of floor space. Click here to view the list of recommending portable units.

Currently, the supermajority of Sac City classrooms are not equipped with MERV 13 filters. You can view a map of each school site and work area as provided by the District:

A. W. McCLASKEY ADULT
A. M. WINN
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
ACCELERATED ACADEMY
(formerly Genesis)
ALBERT EINSTEIN
ALICE BIRNEY
AMERICAN LEGION
BOWLING GREEN & BG CHACON
BRET HARTE
C. K. McCLATCHY
CALEB GREENWOOD
CALIFORNIA MIDDLE
CAMELLIA BASIC
CAPITAL CITY
CAROLINE WENZEL
CESAR CHAVEZ
CHARLES A. JONES
CROCKER/RIVERSIDE
DAVID LUBIN
EARL WARREN
EDWARD KEMBLE
ELDER CREEK
ETHEL I. BAKER
ETHEL PHILLIPS
FATHER KEITH B. KENNY
FERN BACON
GENEVIEVE DIDION
GEO WASHINGTON CARVER
(not provided)
GOLDEN EMPIRE
H.W. HARKNESS
HEALTH PROFESSIONS
HIRAM JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD PARK
HUBERT BANCROFT
ISADOR COHEN
JAMES MARSHALL
JOHN BIDWELL
JOHN CABRILLO
JOHN F. KENNEDY
JOHN MORSE
JOHN SLOAT
JOHN STILL
KIT CARSON
LEATAATA FLOYD
LEONARDO DA VINCI
LUTHER BURBANK
MARK TWAIN
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR
MATSUYAMA
NEW JOSEPH BONNHEIM
NEW TECH
NICHOLAS
O. W. ERLEWINE
OAK RIDGE
PACIFIC
PARKWAY
PETER BURNETT
PHOEBE A HEARST
PONY EXPRESS
ROSA PARKS
ROSEMONT
SAM BRANNAN
SEQUOIA
SES
SUCCESS ACADEMY
(formerly Mark Hopkins)
SUSAN B. ANTHONY
SUTTER MIDDLE
SUTTERVILLE
TAHOE
THE MET
THEODORE JUDAH
WASHINGTON
WEST CAMPUS
WILL C. WOOD
WILLIAM LAND
WOODBINE

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