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The Bethel Public School District has a new visitor management system in place for the upcoming school year to sign in and out visitors and tardy students.  Visitors will still ring a bell at the entrance to the school, show identification and give a reason for the visit.  Now inside the vestibule will be a computer to scan the barcode on a driver's license, enter the reason for the visit and take a picture for a visitor pass.  Visitors will be buzzed into the building to collect the pass and head to their intended location.  Visitors will have to scan out when leaving building.  For students who are tardy, a similar system is in place, but instead of a visitor pass it's a late pass and the students will be buzzed into the main office.

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