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Sheehan High School in Wallingford calls for police prescence after inappropriate message found

Sheehan High School in Wallingford calls for police prescence after inappropriate message found



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WALLINGFORD — There will be a police prescence at Sheehan High School Thursday after school officials found an inappropriate message written on a classroom whiteboard Wednesday. 

In an email to parents Wednesday, Sheehan Principal Rosemary Duthie said the school officials and police investigated to “determine the origin of the message and validity of the comments.”

“Based on our current findings, there does not appear to be any reason for concern,” Duthie wrote. 

There will be a police presence at the school Thursday to “help allay any concerns,” Duthie said. 

Wallingford police confirmed Wednesday night that there will be an officer at the school’s opening Thursday.

Duthie said the school reamins “dedicated to ensuring the safety of all students and staff.”

mzabierek@record-journal.com

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