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By Lee Hughes
Staff reporter 

Medical Lake elementary student decides schools out – it's time to go home

 

Last updated 11/27/2019 at 12:37pm



MEDICAL LAKE — A fifth grade special needs student at Hallett Elementary school had staff scrambling when he turned up missing after a lunch recess on Friday, Nov. 22.

The duty Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputy was dispatched when it was discovered the student was gone, and within a few minutes the young truant was intercepted and returned to school, according to district Superintendent Tim Ames.

Adding to the situation, the student, who has a history of hiding in the building during the school day, also had a substitute teacher that day.

Parents were contacted and a safety plan was created for the student to ensure it wouldn’t happen in the future, according to Ames.

The student “just wanted to go home early,” he said.

Lee Hughes can be reached at lee@cheneyfreepress.com.

 

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