Weld County Schools Make Major Security Upgrade
The Weld RE-5J District has received a $334,000 grand to replace their old security system.
CBS Denver is reporting that Roosevelt High School and Millikan Middle School will get 135 cameras to monitor hallways, parking lots and the athletic field.
Principal Dr. Brian Littlefield:
It's reassuring because the safety and security of our teachers and students are our top priority. How can we expect them to be successful learners if they don't feel safe in a high school building?
School officials are saying the project should be finished in October.
Source: CBS DENVER