Indiana School District OKs $500K in Security Improvements

PORTAGE, Ind. – The Portage Township School Board has approved $514,276 worth of security upgrades.

The improvements, which are the final phase of an overall safety upgrade program, will include a card access control system and exterior cameras. The key card system should be completed by January 2007. Card access has already been installed in the district’s elementary and middle schools.

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