Centreville Public Schools officials approved nearly $200,000 in purchases during the district’s board of education meeting Monday.
The district has allocated remaining bond money, general-budget funds and Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funds to cover the expenses.
In the category of safety and security, the district approved a districtwide video-surveillance system, shelter shutters to cover door-side windows in the event of an emergency, training and subscription to ALICE active-shooter response training, and vape detectors in the junior high and high school.
In all, the safety and security expenses total more than $130,000.
Athletic-related expenses approved Monday are stadium connectivity to the internet, two volleyball net systems and track restriping.
Athletic expenses total about $46,000.