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School action causes anxiety at Paulding
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Wednesday, December 26, 2012 3:22 PM

By DENISE GEBERS

Progress Staff Writer

PAULDING – Students and teachers were shaken up last week when a “protective environment” action was taken at Paulding schools.

According to information released by the school through the Honeywell Alert System on Friday, an email causing concern was received by a staff member on Thursday, Dec. 20. School officials decided to lock the outside doors in what is called a “protective environment” situation so local law enforcement could offer advice on the matter.

In a phone interview Friday morning, school superintendent Patricia Ross told the Progress that no threats were made in the email and there was never any danger.

 

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