S.C. agency teams with schools in grant application


By Diette Courrege
The Charleston Post and Courier

The camera system at St. John's High School is so antiquated that it's rarely used by school officials.

The 16 cameras don't cover much of the rural school's campus, so officials rely more heavily on its staff to be on the lookout for potential problems.

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