Sunday, November 9, 2014

WTOP: After principal's apology, a push to keep parents informed

WASHINGTON -- Montgomery County school officials are reviewing their parental notification procedures after conceding that a mistake was made at Roberto Clemente Middle School in Germantown.
The school's principal, Khadija Barkley, sent a letter home to parents on Friday, informing them that a substitute teacher was accused of having inappropriate contact with a student September 30. The principal apologized for not telling parents sooner.
The letter comes a week after parents of students at Baker Middle School in Damascus learned that police were investigating the alleged groping of a Baker student October 6 by a contract employee working at the school.

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