Massillon Washington High School to Implement Raptor Visitor Management System
MASSILLON, OHIO – August 18, 2017 – Beginning with the first day of school on Wednesday, August 23, visitors to Massillon Washington High School will be required to present a government-issued form of identification to enter any part of the building.
Washington High School is launching the Raptor Visitor Management System, which is used to scan a person’s ID before giving them access to the building.
Once a person is approved, a photo ID badge will be printed for them to wear while in the building.
“The safety of our students is our top priority,” said Paul Salvino, principal at Washington High School. “The Raptor Visitor Management System will allow us to verify who we’re letting in the building and to know who is in the building at all times.”
Once the system has been implemented at the high school, the district plans to roll it out to the remaining buildings.
“We are continually looking for new ways to keep our students safe,” said Superintendent Richard Goodright. “I look forward to implementing this system at the high school and ask for patience as we get it up and running. The goal is to make this a district-wide initiative.”
For more information about the Massillon City Schools, visit www.massillonschools.org.