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Wednesday, June 19, 2024


Middle Board Awards Contract for High School Surveillance Cameras

By Al Campbell

Middle Township Board of Education, on Thursday, awarded a $36,068 contract
for the cameras to Access Communications Services of Vincentown.
Approved on first reading, with tentative passage Jan. 19, were policy
changes dealing with athletic competition eligibility, an athletic code of
conduct, and regarding banning of persons from school or community sponsored
youth sports events in the wake of infractions. Such offenses include
verbally or physically threatening a coach, player, parent or another
attendee, as well as fighting or scuffling with those same individuals.
See next week’s Herald for full story.

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