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New Safety Monitoring for EHUFSD

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The East Hampton School District announced that in its on-going vigilance and commitment to the safety of all our students and staff, all three school buildings have been directly connected, by video, to the East Hampton Village Police Department.  The state of the art technology was implemented as a joint venture between the East Hampton Union Free School District, the EH Village Police Department and Intralogic.  In the photo, Anthony Long, EHVPD Detective Lieutenant, Michael Tracey, Chief of the EH Village Police Department, Richard Burns, Superintendent of East Hampton Union Free School District and J.P. Foster, PSD3 and President of the East Hampton Board of Education unveil the new monitoring system at the East Hampton Emergency Services building on Cedar Street.

Thursday, January 23, 2020