After implementing the Zonar Systems Z Pass solution for student ridership tracking, Vineland Public Schools in New Jersey was challenged with creating “one card” that would work with its new GPS bus tracking solution and existing library and food service applications.
With over 11,000 students in the district, the photo ID cards needed to be printed and ready for distribution the first day of school.
Step #1 ID Card Distribution
Vineland Public Schools securely transferred student pictures to Cl Solutions for the manufacturing of a custom photo ID card for each student. During the manufacturing process, the RFID card was programmed to each student’s record and enrolled back in the student database. The cards were sorted alphabetically, shrink wrapped and ready for the first day of school.
Step #2 Card Protection
To help with visual identification and protection of the card, Cl Solutions provided custom printed lanyards with a safety breakaway for students. The card was placed in a protective holder and attached to a lanyard so that administrators can visual identify students from a distance.
For new students and replacement ID cards, Cl Solutions provided their Cl Badge RFID card enrollment software paired with RFID enabled card printers. The Cl Badge systems provided the school sites with the ability to manage their own card replacements while offering Joseph transparency of when cards were replaced.
“The batch card production made it easy and our GPS student tracking data went from an accuracy level of 85 percent to over 98 percent,” said Joseph Callavini, the district's coordinator of registration and transportation.
Contact CI Solutions at 800-599-7385 or visit www.cardintegrators.com to discover how GPS student tracking and card management services can streamline your operations.
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