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New security measures OK’d at Schalmont School District

Buzzer system, ID badges planned

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The Schalmont Central School District is planning to spend up to $40,000 to implement new safety measures, including a new intercom and buzzer system to gain entry to its school buildings and revised badges for the staff. The Board of Education last week approved the funding to implement the top recommendations of the district’s Safety Committee, which had been reviewing security procedures in the wake of December’s Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut. Schalmont held ...

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