Kelsey Jean-Baptiste reports: Concerns about confidential records being found thrown on the ground of the Old Pulaski Middle School have many worried. Hundreds of students, teachers, and staff are now at risk of having their private information stolen.
Many people are worried after confidential records were discovered thrown on the ground of the Old Pulaski Middle School, which means hundreds of students, teachers, and staff are now at risk of having their private information stolen.
Pulaski County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Kevin Siers says the documents date back to the 1970s.
In pictures given to WFXR News by the Pulaski County Administrator, Jonathan D. Sweet shows medical documents tossed around from 2016.
Sweet says he had no idea that the documents were left in the building. It took nearly nine months for school administrative staff to clear it out, but only a portion of that material was removed.
“The school was vandalized after it was turned over to the county. We were notified about them in August of this year,” said Dr. Siers.
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