Tenn. District to Install Fences, Security Gates
OAK RIDGE, Tenn. — The Oak Ridge Board of Education approved spending $78,247 for fencing and security gates to improve security at schools.
D&M Fence will provide repair, replacement and installation of fencing and access gates at all elementary schools, the high school and preschool in the district, OakRidger.com reports.
The district will use its capital outlay account to fund the project.
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