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Q&A with head custodian Braden Lorenz

Newly hired head custodian Braden Lorenz started on Nov. 26, 2018

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Q&A with head custodian Braden Lorenz

Head custodian Brian Lorenz started on Nov. 26, 2018, and the duties that he performs have a wide range to upkeep the school.

Head custodian Brian Lorenz started on Nov. 26, 2018, and the duties that he performs have a wide range to upkeep the school.

By Marah Shulda

Head custodian Brian Lorenz started on Nov. 26, 2018, and the duties that he performs have a wide range to upkeep the school.

By Marah Shulda

By Marah Shulda

Head custodian Brian Lorenz started on Nov. 26, 2018, and the duties that he performs have a wide range to upkeep the school.

Chloe Carson, JAG reporter/photographer

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JAG: What is your name?

Braden Lorenz

JAG: When did you start working at Mill Valley?

BL: I started on Nov. 26, 2018

JAG: As the new head custodian, what jobs you are in charge of?

BL: I’m in charge of all custodians, building maintenance, building upkeep, and snow removal, on the sidewalks specifically.

JAG: What do you do on a daily basis?

BL: A little bit of everything. Basically, it could be anything from changing a lightbulb to cleaning up throw up or a spill, to cleaning up the cafeteria or the grounds of the school.

JAG: What are things you like about being a custodian?

BL: It’s definitely not a slow job, I like the fast pace of it.

JAG: How often are you at school?

BL: Every day, eight hours a day, if not a little more.

JAG: What was your previous job?

BL: I’ve been in the custodial industry for 10 plus years.

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