Some forward-thinking schools across the country have replaced the traditional school bell that signals the end of classes with a more high-tech version that is cheaper to install and can be programmed easily by computer.

The familiar ring now can be replaced by chimes, music, or even customized sounds like chirping birds, all made possible by a software called BellCommander.

Released by AcroVista, a technology company based in Austin, Texas, BellCommander is a PC-controlled bell system that schools can install on their networks in the form of a small


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