School board approves new student tracking system for transportation | New
The Davis County School Board agreed Sept. 19 to spend more than $74,000 on a program that will bolster the district’s efforts to better track students as they are transported to and from school and to events. The goal of the program is to increase the safety and security of students while in the care of the district.
The program is called Premier Wireless Connect ED and is a bus and crosswalk system that will cost the district $73,459.65 to implement. The program is a GPS system that will provide the district and eventually parents with the ability to track students.