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title =”( Source: Prince George’s County Public Schools)” border =” 0 “src =” /wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16565208_G.png “width =” 180″/ > (Source: Prince George’s County Public Schools). HYATTSVILLE, Md. (AP)– An official states 7 trainees at a Maryland elementary school have used razor blades from pencil sharpeners to cut their arms.
A representative for Prince George’s County public schools said Tuesday that a William Paca Primary school moms and dad alerted staff to her issues March 29, leading the district to send out a crisis therapy group to the school in Landover.
The spokesperson said a school nurse analyzed the trainees involved, their parents were informed, and they were provided counseling support. No students required additional medical treatment. He decreased to provide the students’ ages or grade levels.
The school’s administration sent a message to moms and dads on March 29 specifying that portable pencil sharpeners were banned.
Principal Dorothy Clowers alerted parents of the “cutting occurrence” in a letter sent out house Tuesday.
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