MUSD Introduces new weapon detection system
For The Madera Tribune
Madera High School students walk through the new security system that will help create a safer environment.
Madera Unified School District has implemented a new $1.4 million non-invasive weapon detection system implemented at all MUSD high schools and middle schools.
MUSD has proactively raised safety and security standards for its district community by partnering with Evolv, a cutting-edge technology company specializing in advanced threat detection solutions.
With the introduction of this detection system, MUSD aims to create a safer environment for students and staff across the district’s high schools and middle schools.