Cameras, among other security upgrades, may be coming to buildings in the Kent City Schools.
Kent City Schools Superintendent Joseph Giancola said at a recent board meeting that he would like to see a camera posted at every entrance to the district's building, Ohio.com reports.
The idea of adding cameras will be talked about at community forums in September and October, Recordpub.com reported.
The district has about 4,000 students attending classes primarily in seven school buildings, excluding the Central Annex building.
"As a board and as an administrative team, we will do whatever the community asks us," Giancola said, according to Recordpub.com.