SHELTON, Neb. (AP) — Shelton school officials say school security is a factor in asking voters to pass a $3.4 million bond issue.
Superintendent Brian Redinger said it's difficult to keep track of visitors in the high school.
He said there's no area to receive visitors and, once they're in the building, the staff doesn't always know where they are.
Redinger said the renovation project will include a central office that will improve safety.
The project also includes a new gymnasium. A final informational meeting on the ballot issue is set for Nov 5. The vote is Nov. 12.
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