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Selmaville School Board Upgrading Security System

By Will Doolin, WJBD News

The Selmaville School Board is currently making upgrades to their security system.  The Board approved the purchase and installation of a buzz-in system as an upgrade to the school's current security system at a cost of $2,875.  The new system will allow the office to press a button in order for visitors to gain access to the building.  The security upgrades come in the wake of the Connecticut school shooting last month.

In personnel action, the Board approved the hiring of Debbie Toehle as a full-time aid.  The Board accepted the resignation of bus driver Shorty Shipley.  Shipley was hired to do part-time bus maintenance for the district.  In other business, the school district was given permission to purchase a networked printer for the computer lab.  The Selmaville School book fair will be on February 6th through the 8th.

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