The school district updated our security system. I was given a "keycard" a few weeks back. Since getting the new "key," I've misplaced it 3 times. I haven't seen it since last Monday, so, after a conversation with CH, realized I must call in and have it deactivated.
My question is this: To increase security, the district changed to a keycard system. My key card is big, has my picture on it, and says the name of the school district on it. If I leave it somewhere, anyone knows that it's a key to a school building. Since we have fewer buildings open, it'd be pretty easy to try it out and get free access, just by trying it out on a few school doors.
Before, I had basic keys that looked like they could open any door. There was nothing indicating who/what owned them, so, if I lost them, the likelihood that anyone would figure out what they were was quite low.
Why didn't we just stay with the regular keys? I never lost those!