Operations



Operations Department

Our Operations Department provides critical facility, infrastructure, and management services for the students, staff and community members of Port Huron Schools. Many skilled professionals work daily to ensure the safety, cleanliness, and efficient operation of district facilities.

Our services proudly cover a wide range of non-instructional support for the district, including custodial, maintenance, community relations, snow removal, environmental health, capital projects, transportation and SAFETY.

We provide students and staff a safe, healthy and pleasant environment that will support, stimulate and enhance the educational process, provide superior standards in the operation and maintenance of school buildings and grounds, promote the highest standards of professionalism among our personnel, and to lend its cooperation to educational institutions and civic bodies with educational objectives.

The Port Huron Schools Operations and Facilities maintains daily 21 facilities, 1,324,855 square footage of facility space on nearly 500 acres of land.

Please contact us with any questions - we are happy to assist you.

Mr. Theo Kerhoulas
Executive Director of Operations and Innovation
810 984-3101 ex 4020
tkerhoulas@phasd.us

Mr. David Koester
Director of Operations
810 984-3101 ex 4121
dkoester@phasd.us



Internal Equipment Move Requests

Band Equipment Move - Fillable
Choral Riser Request - Fillable
District Table Request - Fillable
General Move Request - Fillable
Stage Riser Move Request - Fillable

Miscellaneous Forms and Links
Application for Use of Buildings with Waiver - Fillable
Application for Use of District Fields/Grounds with Waiver - Fillable  



St. Clair County Watershed Information

Official St. Clair County Watershed Logo

Port Huron Schools is a proud member of the St. Clair County Watershed Advisory Group.

What is a watershed?

It is all of our properties that carry streams, creeks and rivers into Lake Huron and the St. Clair River. It includes wetlands, groundwater and our neighborhood storm drains and ditches. As part of this group, we partner with St. Clair County, local communities and other school districts to meet federal regulations from the Clean Water Act requiring storm water runoff to be cleaner from our streets, yards, and cities.

Please visit the St. Clair County Watershed website for more information about efforts to improve water quality within our community and to check out family activities that help support these clean water initiatives.