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A Day In The Life Of A Custodian: Scott Hull

Aaron Sullivan, Staff Writer

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Being a custodian isn’t as easy as many have imagined. They have big responsibilities to maintain to make sure everything that needs to be done is done.

“When I arrive at QHS I check all of my desktop phones and make sure they’re up and running. I keep up with the teachers needs throughout the day,” Scott Hull said.

Keeping things on track throughout out the school can be challenging.

“I take calls throughout the day from many people within the school building with problems. The custodial staff and I make sure that the things get done in a timely manner,” Hull said.

Every day doesn’t always consist of the same things.

“During the day I don’t really encounter many students. We do clean lots of graffiti off of the walls and spills, [as well as pick up] trash and other messes students and staff members may have made throughout the day,” Hull said.

How busy the custodial staff are it all depends on the day and the week of events such as assemblies and plays.

“The part I love about my job is the people I work with,” Hull said.

There are also challenging quests for the custodians.

“The hardest part of my job is coordinating all the work that needs to be accomplished throughout the school according to the special events that take place,” Hull said.

Hull serves as the building supervisor at QHS.

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