Trinity Episcopal School in Richmond, Virginia saw the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of this approach.
For over a decade, the 39-acre school has relied on American Time to help solve its challenges with synchronized time and bell schedules.
The original campus buildings featured hard-wired clock systems, but expanding the wired clocks to the school’s new buildings was cost prohibitive.
Plus, it had to figure out how to extend its complex bell schedules that changed depending on the day of the week, weather conditions, late starts, half-days, graduations, teacher workshop days, and so on.
Trinity was thrilled to find American Time.
The SiteSync IQ Wireless system with wireless bells and/or buzzer clocks worked with the older wired clock systems and the new building’s wireless systems.
This was the flexibility that Trinity needed to expand its campus while keeping everyone running on time.