Hardin-Central’s Superintendent Releases Statement

| January 4, 2012 | 10:57 am
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Hardin H.S.

Hardin-Central’s Superintendent has released a statement on an alleged assault at the High School in early December.  Click to hear KMZU’s Chelsea Wade’s phone conversation with Superintendent Martin Griffin:

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Griffin did not say how many students were involved and did not wish to comment on the extent of the punishment.  At this time, formal charges have not been filed.  An anonymous source said some of the students involved are athletes at the High School.

Statement from Martin Griffin

On Sunday December 11th the Hardin-Central C-2 School District was informed by parents of allegations of student misconduct.  We began an immediate investigation into these matters and following a prompt and thorough investigation we determined that disciplinary consequences were appropriate. We have also referred these matters to appropriate authorities. To protect the privacy of the students, in particular the student victims we cannot divulge any further information at this point.

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