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After School Incident

According to an email from Principal Gina Rivas, three young men showed up to the school, possibly armed. Families and students were told that these men were looking for a specific student, but no one was injured in the incident. “We immediately locked students and staff in the school and kept others out,” Rivas wrote. Police are currently investigating the situation. The school promis…

Read more → October 10, 2017 1:57pm
Lexy Morrison

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