ncident sheds light on what can be shared
A recent incident at school has generated many questions and rumors. In today’s world of instant messaging, social networking, and anonymous — yet very damaging — comments, false information spreads at the speed of light.
Given the rights and legal protections afforded minors and adults in our country, we in public schools are restricted in what information we can share with the public. We must answer to the public however possible, but we are required by law to protect the rights of students, staff members, and all other stakeholders.
We walk a narrow path in this regard.
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