South Salem parent outraged over failure to be notified that child was threatened with a knife

The parent is accusing the school officials of

The parent is accusing the school officials of not following their own policies about emergencies involving students.

A South Salem parent claims Lewisboro School District officials dropped the ball about notifying him of a situation involving his child.

Frank Andrade's outrage stems from an incident Wednesday in which a fifth-grader brought a knife to school and threatened two students. He says the school district didn't follow its own own policies when it comes to emergencies involving children.


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