Feb. 4, 2013
Over the last few weeks a buzzer entry system has been installed at both the elementary and secondary school. Starting Wednesday, Feb. 6, the schools will be using the new buzzer entry system in an effort to increase security for students while school is in session.
The approval of this buzzer system took place at the board meeting on Jan. 7.
Starting Wednesday, Feb. 6, all doors within the district will stay locked during the day. Anyone wishing to gain access to a district building during school hours will need to press the buzzer on the main door entrance and state their name and their purpose for coming into the school. They will then need to report to the main office of the school to retrieve a visitor's pass.
As of Jan. 2, all doors within the school district have been locked during school hours while the buzzer system was installed. Staff and community volunteers have been helping the district during that time to maintain safety at the main entrances of our schools by letting in and escorting visitors to the main office.
The district would like to thank the community volunteers and employees who took time out of their schedule to help maintain the safety of our schools while this entry system was being put in place.