Board approves security camera upgrade

The new parking lot at Humboldt High School while it was still under construction this past summer. Additional security cameras will be located around HHS, including in the parking lot.

Security at Humboldt High School will be improved after action by the Humboldt School Board Monday night.
The board voted to spend $39,479 with Baker Group for additional and improved security cameras inside and outside of the building. The bid was $4,000 less than the other bid submitted.
The cost will cover six new cameras, which will work with existing cameras on the school grounds. Four of the new cameras will be located outside with two new ones installed inside the building.
Dr. Paul Numedahl, high school principal, and Abby Horbach, assistant principal, were on hand at the meeting to report on the upgrades.
“The new fiber was installed last week so we anticipate the new cameras and monitoring system to be installed at any time,” Horbach said.
“The program can also be downloaded on our home computers as well as having an app downloaded on our phones,” Horbach said. See the rest of the story in this week's Humboldt Independent. Hit the subscribe tab at the top of this page.

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