Board approves new camera system and gives updates on student improvement plan
Seeley Lake Elementary School Board
December 31, 2020
SEELEY LAKE - The Seeley Lake Elementary School Board unanimously voted to use the remaining $13,000 the school received in CARES Act money towards purchasing new security cameras during their Dec. 21 meeting. The board also received updates on the Student Improvement Plan, COVID and discussed how homeschooled children could engage with the school.
SLE Superintendent Josh Gibbs said the school’s CARES Act money must be spent before Dec. 30, otherwise it goes back to the state.
The camera company the school is using is Verkada which Gibbs has described as the “Cadillac of camera systems....
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Kudos to Chairman Kyle Marx for positive upbeat inclusive comments regarding home schooling parents. That's leadership we deeply appreciate. Mike Marshall
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