Murrieta Valley Unified School District educates 23,400 students from transitional kindergarten through high school at 20 campuses. MVUSD executed a major 18-month renovation of campuses across the district including the installation of AV systems built around Extron’s WallVault Digital System in 1,100 classrooms, multipurpose rooms, libraries, and meeting rooms.
During the renovation project, the district began evaluating Extron’s GlobalViewer Campus Communications Suite – GVCCS – with intentions to modernize campus public address, bell, and intercom systems as a complete solution for unifying all campus audio systems under an easy-to-use interface using the existing network.
Jonathan Pratt, the Senior Systems Engineer for MVUSD, observes that GVCCS is yielding multiple advantages that may prove critical in a changing learning environment: “From an Operations standpoint, we are convinced that GVCCS is the way to go. But the technical case for GVCCS actually takes a back seat to its value-added. The ability for school sites to create and control their own schedules and audio content is a game-changer. Putting this kind of technology into the hands of school administrators allows creativity to flourish.”
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