A security services, public address system project for a public school district serving students in seventh through twelfth grade.
The Clearview Regional High School District serves the townships of Harrison and Mantua, two communities in Gloucester County, New Jersey. The district is comprised of a Middle School (7-8) and High School (9-12), educating approximately 2,450 students.
Through an in-depth needs analysis, Clearview School District identified numerous challenges with their existing communication infrastructure.
At the top of the list was the need to effectively relay both routine and emergency messages with all internal classrooms at both schools and to have a communication bridge between buildings that could be quickly accessed from a central location.
In order to work within the identified budget, the new solution would need to re-use existing wiring and speakers already in place in multiple areas of both schools.
The CM3 Building Solutions team worked to design an integrated Telecor solution leveraging existing infrastructure. CM3 used the Telecor XL system at both the Middle School and High School to ensure clear and consistent communication to all classrooms and key areas.
Incorporation of the Telecor eSeries eAmp Ethernet 25W Amplifier on the district’s network resulted in efficient paging and public address notifications between schools.
Strategic placement of Telecor’s Visual Console at central locations on both campuses provided staff with an intuitive, point and click user interface removing the guesswork from daily operation.
Clearview now has reliable communication within each school and campus-wide notifications between schools. The Telecor XL vastly improved the clarity and volume of all the existing speakers and Visual Console enhanced the user experience with intuitive mapping and point and click technology. Bell schedules and morning/afternoon announcements are now seamless, taking the administration of the solution to a new user-friendly level.