We told you security upgrades were coming, and now they are in place in the Batavia School District.
The new security measures come after three break-ins at the elementary and middle schools this past year.
The new security cameras are inside all the buildings... and they're even set up outside.
They can be monitored by someone inside the school building, and administrators in the district can access the security system from home or on the road.
Also in place is a new key card system.
It works by putting a programmable ID badge up to the sensor.
A visitors badge turns the light from red to green, and unlocked the door.
Assistant Principal at Batavia Elementary School, John Eckert tells me... the cards allow school officials to keep track of who is coming and going.
And that information is saved on a data base.
"These can be programmed to the minute of when you can get in and out. So the community feels much safer, knowing we have total control who gets in and out."
Eckert says the school system has applied for a grant.
If the district gets the money it would pay for almost all of the upgrades.
The changes to the security for the entire district, cost around $80,000.