Manchester, state's largest school district, makes high-technology push
He listed student-use mobile carts, school libraries and computer labs, and professional development for staff as some of the top needs.
DeLangie said the improvements to the district's phone and intercom system were made using input from school principals, along with police, fire and health officials. Upgrades will include the ability to dial 911 from any classroom, one-touch emergency tones from the touch of a single button that sends unique emergency tones throughout the facility for events such as a lock-down, and the ability to initiate a public address page from the front office paging microphone from any telephone within the school facility, safe room — even somewhere off site.
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