Tag Archives: IAQ

School Pest News, Volume 14, Issue 8, August 2015

Texas School Health Advisory Committee (TSHAC) Resources, Recommendations and Research SHAC Guide for Texas School Districts – Revised July 2015 The School Health Program of the Department of State Health Services produced this helpful School Health Advisory Councils Guide for Texas School Districts for help to get started while building a successful SHAC.  The guide has been updated with the most current information available in support of efforts to provide school health education and services through the district’s SHAC. To access the guide, go to http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/schoolhealth/sdhac.shtm. To find out if your school district has… Read More →

School Pest News Volume 10, Issue 8

Contents Section 1 Crazy ants making tracks through South Central Texas. 1 Section 2 IPM and IAQ inspections can find open floor and wall penetrations. 2 Additional Information – University of Florida – Tight Spaces. 3 Section 1 Crazy ants making tracks through South Central Texas Travis County is one of the most recent areas of Texas to be invaded by crazies – in this case, Caribbean or Rasberry crazy ants, said entomologists with the Texas AgriLife Extension Service. Crazy ants get their name from their erratic movements… Read More →