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Nov. 2, 2020-- Assistant Superintendent James Ricotta is making the rounds to district schools, providing training and professional development on Raptor Technology.

The security system, which seamlessly and quickly connects schools to first responders through panic/emergency alarms, has been implemented at all school buildings, and has also enabled the district to become Alyssa's Law compliant, opening the door to state-funded security grants.

Mr. Ricotta's most recent stop was Cedar Grove Elementary (right), where he trained CGE staff both in person and virtually. The state-of-the-art technology has earned attention for the district, but most importantly has helped establish the safest and most secure environment possible for students and staff.

Jim at CGE