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Clinton Schools to Upgrade Security Cameras

Clinton Schools will be updating and upgrading the security systems as it relates to the security cameras across the district.


On the WHOW Morning Show Wednesday Superintendent Curt Nettles told Regional Radio News the current system is not only starting to age out but it is not nearly as effective as they would like them to be. That has led the district to explore updating the systems across the board.



According to Nettles, the new cameras will update systems and servers to offer more options. He explains they will try to retain any cameras in their current buildings they can that might be compatible with the new system.



This project will cost a little less than a half-of-a-million dollars. Nettles points out though that most of this cost will come from federal funds from COVID.



Security is a big deal in schools and Nettles feels this is going to allow the district to be ready on the spot in the event they would need it. 


Nettles notes there could be some work that gets done with students in the building in the spring but the bulk of everything will get done in the summer. 

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