The break-ins have resulted in damage to property and vending machines, but no items have been reported stolen.
The cameras will be installed inside and outside the facilities. The district plans to install 50 cameras by the end of the year.
Also at the Nov. 12 meeting, the board of trustees recognized the Goliad High School boys and girls cross country teams that reached the Region IV-2A meet in San Antonio. The boiys team won the District 30-2A title and the girls team finished as the district runner-up.
GHS Principal Emilio Vargas proposed plans for a Community Education Program in cooperation with city, county and community organizations.
GMS Principal Mary Tippin reported that the school had a 90-percent passing rate for the first six weeks of classes.
In other action at the Nov. 12 meeting:
• the board approved a change of the date for one of the March meetings to March 4;
• the board accepted a donation of a vehicle valued at $4,437 to the agricultural-mechanical department from Scotty Light;
• the board approved a bond for the district tax collector in the amount of $100,000 with the charge for the bond being $500;
• the board approved the broker/dealer list for GISD investments as submitted by Patterson & Associates, which is contracted to oversee the investment program;
• the board accepted the resignation of teacher Jan Womack effective Jan. 18.