New Jersey District Hires Part-Time Security Monitors

New Jersey District Hires Part-Time Security Monitors

According to board members, the primary function of the position is to prevent unauthorized entry into campus buildings.

The Sayreville School District has hired new campus safety and security monitors.   

The Board of Education recently approved the hiring of five part-time campus monitors for the district.
District administrators said the new monitors would help fill the vacancy in the position created by the recent resignation of another part-time campus monitor. With the addition of the new staff members, the position currently has no vacancies.

All five of the part-time monitors are classified as non-certificated staff and will serve the district through the end of the school year on June 30, 2019. They will be paid $21.95 per hour. 

The position of campus security monitors was created in the district during the last school year. According to board members, the primary function of the position is to prevent unauthorized entry into campus buildings. The district also has a security system requiring a form of ID for non-faculty members.

The security monitors wear a uniform of black pants and yellow shirts with a badge in the front and “Security” written on the back. The majority of the new security monitors are retired law enforcement. 

There will be at least one campus security monitor at each of the district’s eight campus facilities.

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