• Welcome to the Energy Management Department

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    MISSION STATEMENT

    The Donna Independent School District is committed to energy efficiency and conservation practices while
    maintaining satisfactory comfort levels for all students and staff.

    VISION

    The Energy Management Department is dedicated to reducing utility cost by identifying energy improvement opportunities within
    the district in an effort to maximize the comfort levels that are conducive to the learning environment.

  • ENERGY MANAGEMENT REPORTING

    DISTRICT ENERGY CONSUMPTION REPORT

    The District Energy Consumption Report (Usage and Cost) are updated on a monthly basis.  For more information contact Philip Waldron at pwaldron@donnaisd.net.

    *Updated as of 6/4/2020

    ENERGY CONSUMPTION REPORT FOR INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS

    The Energy Consumption Report (Usage and Cost) for each of the 22 Campuses throughout the District are updated on a monthly basis.  For more information contact Philip Waldron at pwaldron@donnaisd.net.

    *Updated as of 4/9/2020

    DONNA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN

    Coming Soon.

    *Updated as of XX/XX/2020

    TEXAS HOUSE BILL 3693 (HB3693)

    The passage of House Bill 3693 (HB3693) by the 80th Texas Legislature is intended to provide additional provisions for energy-efficiency in Texas.  Adopted with an effective date of September 1, 2007, HB3693 is an additional mechanism by which the state can encourage energy-efficiency through various means for School Districts, State Facilities and Political Jurisdictions in Texas.

    TEXAS SENATE BILL 300 (SB300)

    Texas Senate Bill 300 (SB300) allowing school districts to establish a long-range energy plan to encourage districts to reduce electricity consumption and save the district money, rather than requiring every district to reduce their electricity consumption by 5% a year.

    TEXAS COOL SCHOOLS PROGRAM

    State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) Texas Cool Schools Program is an HVAC grant program for Texas public school districts.  Utilities represent the third-largest spending category for Texas schools, and much of this expenditure is driven by old, inefficient equipment. The Texas Cool Schools grant program is intended to help six schools in our district to lower their operating costs by purchasing new and more energy-efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.

    *Updated as of 9/16/2015

  • DISTRICT SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES

    2020 SUMMER BREAK SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES

    Since the school district is shutting down for the Summer Break, the Energy Management Department believes that the 2020 Summer Break would be an excellent opportunity for the District to save money on its utility bills. 

    *Updated as of X/X/2020

    2020 Summer Break Shutdown Procedures

  • CREATING WORK ORDERS

    ENERGY MANAGEMENT -- Request HVAC Unit (Air Conditioning) to be turned on for after school and/or weekend events (requires 72 hours prior notice to the event) - Go to Eduphorial! - Login - Helpdesk - Create a New Request - Energy Management.

    HVAC-UNITS (AIR CONDITIONING) -- Request to have HVAC Units (Air Conditioning) checked out. - Go to Eduphorial! - Login - Helpdesk - Create a New Request - Maintenance - HVAC-Units.
     
    HVAC-FILTERS -- Request to have HVAC Filters (Air Conditioning Filter) replaced. - Go to Eduphorial! - Login - Helpdesk - Create a New Request - Maintenance - HVAC-Filters.

    ELECTRICAL -- Request to have electrical checked out. - Go to Eduphorial! - Login - Helpdesk - Create a New Request - Maintenance - Electrical.

    *Updated as of 06/18/2020

  • RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS

    Coming Soon

  • ENERGY IN THE NEWS

    Coming Soon

  • DONNA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
    ENERGY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

    Philip D. Waldron
    Energy Management Specialist
     pwaldron@donnaisd.net

    OFFICE LOCATION

    Maintenance Department Complex
    Energy Management Department
    Office Upstairs

    200 S. 3rd St.
    Donna, Texas
    956-461-8950

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