Iowa City Schools to Improve Security

IOWA CITY, Iowa – The Iowa City Community School Board approved a safety and security plan totaling nearly $5 million on April 2.

Communications between and within schools will be improved, and locks and security cameras will be upgraded, reports KCRG.

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