Superintendent shares capital project update, new procedures at Silver Creek school

SILVER CREEK — As students and families return for the first day at Silver Creek Central School, Superintendent Todd Crandall shares important updates on the 2018 capital project that affect access to the building this school year.

Last year, work on the $17.6 million project began with data cabling for the new phone and Raptor security systems. Today is the first day that the new security system will be implemented at all main entrances. Crandall advises all visitors to be prepared to show identification in order to gain access to the building, which must be through the main lobby entrances of the elementary school or the middle/high school.

Entrance through other doors, including the band entrance, is no longer allowed during school hours. The small parking lot by the elementary playground remains closed for the 2019-2020 school year for construction purposes, but the playground is open and operational to the community.

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