West Fargo School District to Upgrade Security

WEST FARGO, N.D. – The school board for West Fargo School District unanimously voted to spend $142,700 to upgrade security.

The funds will cover new video cameras, intercoms, remote-controlled locks and panic buttons that automatically dial 911, inforum.com reports.

Aurora Elementary School and Harwood Elementary will receive a remote entry system, while seven other schools in the district will install controlled entry systems.

Meanwhile, the district will replace the wooden inner doors in the main entry with a more modern design.

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