School Surveillance Cameras Provide Peace of Mind During a Challenging Transition
A March 2021 study by the United States Department of Education showed that 54% of K-8 public schools had moved back to full-time, in-person instruction. That percentage will undoubtedly grow in the fall as the nation moves back to pre-coronavirus circumstances due to the lifting of state mandates and widespread vaccination availability.
What that means for Harlingen-area schools is an influx of students, faculty, and staff that have been away from campus for an extended period. Social norms have shifted dramatically over the last year as many wore masks and socially distanced themselves inside their Texas homes. Some students may be uncomfortable with the return, and many will see this as an exciting opportunity to return to a new “normal.”
By installing new or upgrading existing school surveillance cameras, Texas school administrators can keep their eye on campus buildings during a challenging time, improving the safety of everyone on campus, plus the school grounds itself.
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