LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Clark County School District said they have decided to upgrade existing security features at Eldorado High School after recent events, including nationwide.
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CCSD said that they will increase the number of CCTV security cameras, providing a secure controlled single point entry system at the front of the school, and adding site fencing to secure access to the remaining entrances.
"Adding these security feature upgrades are a life safety necessity for added protection of students and staff," the school district said.
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The facilities division said they entered into a construction agreement on June 2 with Roche Contstructors, Inc. in the amount of $26,275,700.00, for the emergency security upgrade at Eldorado High School.