Tornado sirens wailed as buses delivered Oldham middle and high schoolers to their homes
By Tracy Harris
Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 9:09 am (Updated: March 22, 2:16 pm)
As nearby areas spend the weekend repairing and cleaning storm damage, many Oldham County parents are wondering why school officials kept students in school Friday afternoon.
In an email sent to South Oldham Middle School parents through the One Call emergency notification system, Principal Rob Clayton said students would not be dismissed early.
“Our thought is that students are safer at school and dismissing early would put younger students at home without parents to meet them,” Clayton wrote.
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