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Spokane school construction site webcams go "live"

Students, staff, alumni and community members now have an easy way to keep tabs on the progress of Spokane Public Schools' various construction projects.
/ Source: KHQ-TV

Students, staff, alumni and community members now have an easy way to keep tabs on the progress of Spokane Public Schools' various construction projects. Live webcams have been placed at each construction site and can be accessed from any computer during daylight hours via the Internet. Viewers can take charge of the cameras for 60 seconds at a time, pointing them at whichever part of the site they want, and zooming in close enough to see the expressions on construction workers' faces.

"The webcams allow our citizens to view their bond dollars hard at work," said Associate Superintendent Mark Anderson. "As well, they provide a learning opportunity for students to watch their school grow."

To go to the Lidgerwood Elementary site, click here..

To go to the Lincoln Heights Elementary site, click here..

To go to the Ridgeview Elementary site, click here..

To go to the Ferris High School site, click here..