The Polls Are Starting To Affect Wakeland Students

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The Polls Are Starting To Affect Wakeland Students

Rhi Klodowski and Nick Lombardi, WIN-TV Reporters

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On, September 5th, The Frisco ISD school board held its first of many meetings involving the introduction of the 2018 TRE bond package.
The following are just a couple of safety precautions Frisco is taking with their new bond package. For starters, all campuses will be lit with LED lights to make the schools more accessible. Buses are to be retrofitted with bird’s eye view cameras so each driver can see around them at all times. These buses will also be equipped with GPS, thanks to the RFID Bus Monitoring Technology. “[It] makes me feel protected… they are still thinking about us, and trying to improve ways to protect us and keep us safe” Kylee Scherf, a WHS Sophomore says. Also, all video cameras in the district are getting updated, and windows in classroom doors will be renovated with bulletproof glass. In addition, the district is adding emergency lockdown technology to better ensure our safety in the event of a lockdown. “[This] makes me feel a lot safer, especially [because of] everything that’s going on in the world… all the school shootings and stuff,” states Cierra Kennedy, a WHS Senior. Voting takes place on November 6th, & early voting takes place from October 22nd to November 2nd.

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