Structural and landscape pests can pose significant problems to people, property, and the environment, however, these pesticides used to solve these problems may also carry their own risks. Panhandle ISD incorporates Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs and procedures for control of structural and landscape pests.
IPM procedures may vary as to when to control pest populations chemically, mechanically, or culturally. The foremost goal of the PISD – IPM program is to control pests with minimal chemical usage. The choice of using chemicals will be based on a review of all other available options and a determination if these options are acceptable. A full range of alternatives, including no action, will be considered.
The following campuses and facilities will be inspected and serviced on the 4th Monday of each month as necessary;
Panhandle Elementary School
Panhandle Jr. High School
Panahndle High School
Panhandle High School Ag Barn
Panhandle Admistration Building
If you have any questions concerning specific IPM plans, you may contact the administation building, 806-537-3568.