About Mid-Hudson SFA

Much more than four walls, a roof and a whiteboard, today’s school buildings and campuses are extremely complicated — as is the job of maintaining them. As a result, today’s directors of school facilities have myriad responsibilities requiring them to know engineering and architecture, health and safety, education, finance and human resource management.

The New York State School Facilities Association (NYS SFA) serves as a voice for more than 600 Directors of School Facilities, Facilities Managers, Head Custodians, Health and Safety Coordinators, and other key school facilities personnel. The Association provides its members with professional development opportunities, legal advice, facilities resources, education and training and more.

The Mid-Hudson Chapter represents area members and our website is here to provide the latest information on training and education information, upcoming events, a directory of our members, and resources for our partners and vendors.

The SFA has maintained a vocal and visible presence among state lawmakers and policymakers. In addition, The SFA has built strong partnerships with other key educational organizations in an effort to promote facilities managers and the importance of having strong maintenance programs at our schools.

Our Mission Statement:

We commit to be leaders in maintaining the highest standards of a safe, healthy learning environment.

We commit to support educational excellence through the prudent management of resources.

A Commitment to Being the Best.

Much more than four walls, a roof and a whiteboard, today’s school buildings and campuses are extremely complicated — as is the job of maintaining them. As a result, today’s directors of school facilities have myriad responsibilities requiring them to know engineering and architecture, health and safety, education, finance and human resource management.

The New York State School Facilities Association (NYS SFA) serves as a voice for more than 600 Directors of School Facilities, Facilities Managers, Head Custodians, Health and Safety Coordinators, and other key school facilities personnel. The Association provides its members with professional development opportunities, legal advice, facilities resources, education and training and more.

The Mid-Hudson Chapter represents area members and our website is here to provide the latest information on training and education information, upcoming events, a directory of our members, and resources for our partners and vendors.

The SFA has maintained a vocal and visible presence among state lawmakers and policymakers. In addition, the SFA has built strong partnerships with other key educational organizations in an effort to promote facilities managers and the importance of having strong maintenance programs at our schools.


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