Q&A with Melissa Tebbenkamp and Travis Hux from Raytown Quality Schools

Q&A with Melissa Tebbenkamp and Travis Hux from Raytown Quality Schools on K-12 SecurityIt's back to school season! While parents and kids are shopping for new backpacks and schools supplies, teachers and school personnel are getting ready for a productive and safe year. But how does technology play a role in protecting students, visitors, and staff on campus?

Raytown Quality Schools recently upgraded their physical security system to prevent and respond effectively to issues like intrusions, vandalism, petty theft, and bullying. 

In this Q&A, Melissa Tebbenkamp, Director of Instructional Technology and Travis Hux, Assistant Superintendent of Support Services at Raytown Quality Schools, reveal some of the challenges and lessons learned over the years as they have continued to invest in technology to keep the school district’s 9,000 K-12 students safe. 

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