Crossing guard Kathy Anderson gets ready to head outside after stopping by the office at Oaklawn Elementary School. A camera and intercom will be up for visitors to uses when entering the school. Oaklawn and other schools in Oshkosh are in the middle of implementing new district-wide security measures.
The new school year is bringing a new level of secuity to Oshkosh schools.
The Oshkosh school district is in the process of upgrading security in schools throughout the district with t he aim of increasing the safety of students and staff.
The district is converting building entryways into controlled access points, which through a system of locked doors and surveillance equipment, will allow school staff to screen visitors before they can enter the building. The visitor will ring a bell and a school staff member in the office will be able to get a visual image of the person through a camera ...