Members of the Central Valley School Board posed questions about the rural Buxton school’s security system and the district’s mask policy during a brief 25-minute meeting Wednesday.
Board member Dave Knudsvig asked school administrators to “relook at our security cameras” after an incident at the school that should have been caught on a security feed but wasn’t.
Knudsvig didn’t disclose details regarding the incident except to say that a woman “busted up her foot.”
Following Wednesday’s Zoom meeting, Superintendent Jeremy Brandt said that a staff member had slipped on a patch of ice in the school’s parking lot and injured her foot.
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