A new security system that will limit door access at Homewood-Flossmoor High School got the green light from members of the District 233 Finance Committee at its meeting Feb. 7. The full board is expected to review the proposal at its Feb. 21 meeting.
The switch will eliminate pass keys to open and lock doors.
The proposal from Steve Richardson, director of information technology, calls for 32 entry point doors that would get an auto lock system. Richardson said the doors will be tied into the school’s security cameras.
“We wanted . . .