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  • Project's surplus radios will help to keep Wasco County schools safe
    In the wake of last year's shooting at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, the Wasco County School District decided to take active steps to be prepared in the event of a school emergency. As part of that effort, 15 surplus analog radios from the State Radio Project will help ensure the district's lines of emergency communication are solid and reliable. 
     
    By placing a handheld radio in each school in the district on a dedicated frequency, schools will have a backup line of communication in the event of a breakdown in cellular communications. In an emergency, school personnel can use the radios to provide 911 dispatchers with real-time information.  
     
     
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