Md. district replaces cafeteria palm scanners with PIN numbers

08/25/2013 | Carroll County Times (Westminster, Md.)

A Maryland school district has removed palm scanners from 12 school cafeterias where the devices were in use, following backlash from some parents. Now, the district has installed point-of-sale computerized cash registers in cafeterias, for use during the upcoming school year. The devices allow students to input a five-digit PIN number in the cafeteria line to access their meal accounts.

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Carroll County Times (Westminster, Md.)

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