Interim superintendent: Knife found in 5th-grader's backpack at Lewisboro Elementary School

Parents are concerned that they were not notified

Parents are concerned that they were not notified in a timely fashion about the knife incident.

There is worry among parents in South Salem tonight after learning that a fifth-grader brought a knife to school Wednesday.

In a statement sent to Lewisboro Elementary School parents, the interim superintendent says the child had the knife in her backpack and her friends notified teachers. It also states that the student made verbal threats to two other students.

Parents are upset that...

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