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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Palm Beach County School District Superintendent Dr. Donald Fennoy Wednesday evening transmitted a rare post-8PM robocall to 180,000 families — condemning the violence in Washington, D.C.
The robocall, running 1:28, tells parents that counseling is available to any student who would like assistance processing the pro-Trump violence being witnessed worldwide.
“Additional school psychologists will be available to any student or staff member who may benefit from extra support,” said Fennoy.
The message also reminds parents that police are stationed on every campus in the school district, and that bullying or violence will be met with a swift response.
“Neither I nor the school’s principals will tolerate any behavior on our campuses that elicits bullying, intimidation or violates our code of conduct,” said Fennoy in the message.
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