Students’ vacation means custodial, maintenance crews hard at work for districts

Johnson County’s more-than 25,000 public school students and another 1,300 teachers are relaxing at home or headed to the beach for spring break.

The nearly 40 school buildings from Center Grove to Edinburgh are empty. Almost.

The floors are getting a good scrubbing. Furniture is being moved. The custodians and maintenance crews are busy doing the tasks that can’t be accomplished in an evening.

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