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October 12, 2012

School Dept. refuses to identify employee escorted from school

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That exemption means that the School Department is not required to release such information, however the statute does not prohibit the School Department from releasing that information.

Only one employee was escorted out of Timony Grammar School on June 5. The employee was escorted out by a police officer and principal Timothy Miller, according to police and school officials.

Scannell said at the time that the employee was placed on paid administrative leave after she received an “allegation of a violation of school policy and procedure” on the morning of June 5.

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