Letter from Supt. Stratton re: visitor management system

February 2019

Dear Corinth Families,

In an effort to further improve the safety and security of our campus, the district has installed a visitor management system that captures information from a driver’s license and/or valid government-issued ID.  The system maintains a record of individuals entering and exiting our school buildings, therefore it is only necessary to produce photo identification one time.  The system also has the potential to be networked to public safety databases such as the national sex offender registry as a means to enhance campus safety. 

Beginning February 1, 2019, visitors will be asked to present their driver’s license or other form of photo identification if they wish to travel beyond the main office during school hours.  The building secretary will scan the visitor’s license and produce an adhesive badge to be worn while in the building.  The system will record the visitor’s name and time of visit. When leaving the building, the visitor should exit through the main office to enable the building secretary to check them out of the system.

We are anticipating that this change will take some getting used to, therefore we will use the next month as an acclamation period to identify ways to improve the process.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at your convenience.  We appreciate your assistance in making our schools safer for our students and staff.


Dr. Mark Stratton                                                                                                       

Superintendent of Schools

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Jan 31, 2019