West Point Public Schools is committed to actively considering alternative fuel vehicles and higher fuel economy vehicles when making purchasing decisions to add to our school fleet. This commitment recognizes the importance of reducing emissions and improving air quality within West Point.
West Point Public Schools is committed to reducing air and noise pollution through anti-idling of division vehicles. While we realize idling cannot always be avoided, there may be exemptions in the event of traffic conditions, vehicles being repaired or serviced, or in extreme hot or cold weather situations. This commitment recognizes the importance of educating others on how idling wastes fuel, damages engines, and results in excess greenhouse gas and criteria air pollutant emissions.