Tupelo School District considers biometrics to speed up lunch lines

The Tupelo School District in Mississippi has plans to introduce biometric finger scanners to identify students, according to the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. School officials say the use of biometric scanners will be used to speed up school cafeteria lunch lines, during breakfast and lunch.

School officials said the system would neither...

The Tupelo School District in Mississippi has plans to introduce biometric finger scanners to identify students, according to the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. School officials say the use of biometric scanners will be used to speed up school cafeteria lunch lines, during breakfast and lunch.

School officials said the system would neither take nor store student’s fingerprints – they would only scan a student’s finger using several points for identification. “The new technology would make lines flow more quickly and would provide greater accuracy,” said Lynne Rogers, the Tupelo Public School District’s director of food services.

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