Facilities Ends Report 2012-2013

Focus Group Reports: Student Objectives | Program | Culture | Staff | Finance | Facilities

Located on 4 acres in the western suburbs of Tokyo, our campus includes two classroom buildings, science and computer labs, home economics and industrial arts facilities, a 370-seat auditorium, a 26,000-volume library, a 450-seat gymnasium, 3 tennis courts, and a dining hall with a hot lunch program.

CAJ strives to have an attractive, safe, well-maintained facility that enhances student learning:[edit]

CAJ's campus provides a relaxing, refreshing, welcoming atmosphere. I'm glad I can help contribute to this. —Kelvin Sakumoto, maintenance
  • To keep our facilities attractive, we use a maintenance and cleaning schedule, employ a gardener, contract with a professional custodial service, and provide picnic tables.
  • To keep our facilities safe, we cover our windows with anti-shatter film, maintain a security camera system, comply with all legal building and facility codes, provide sturdy playground equipment, and practice

    emergency drills.

  • To keep our facilities well maintained, we implement maintenance procedures and schedules for cleaning and upkeep, contract with professional tradesmen, and have an online maintenance request system.
  • To enhance student learning, we have specialized classrooms (for art, computer, music, and science), a wireless computer network throughout the campus, carpeting that reduces sound bleed in the main building, and an elevator for students with injuries and disabilities.

This year's parent survey data indicates that...[edit]

  • CAJ has a safe, healthy, welcoming environment.
  • Buildings are safe.
  • The campus supports the educational program.

This school year, CAJ improved its facilities in a variety of ways, including:[edit]

  • Installing LED lights in the hallway by the Academic Office.
  • Adding a top layer of a special granular surface to the athletic field to reduce dust.
  • Replacing airconditioning the classrooms.
  • Repairing the cracks in the plaza asphalt.
  • Painting classrooms.
  • Installing student created murals by the home economics room and School Support Services office.
  • Working on the development of a Resource Master Plan.

Questions we want to further consider include:[edit]

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