PASCAGOULA, MS (WLOX) - A spokesperson with the Pascagoula School district tells WLOX News the district does plan to invest in security cameras for the schools playgrounds.
This comes after a 5-year-old girl was injured on the head at the playground at Arlington Elementary School.
District Spokeswoman Debbie Anglin says the district will spend $15,000 for the first round of cameras one for each elementary school playground.
That money will come from the district's operating budget.
There are ten schools in the school district. The school district says there are plans to add more cameras when funding is available.