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Acalanes principal says report of gun unfounded

By Jonathan Morales
Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 at 5:28 pm in Lafayette, Schools.

Putting everything together for Friday’s Lamorinda Sun kept me busy this afternoon, so thanks to Theresa Harrington for the assist on this news from Acalanes High School Principal Aida Glimme:

In response to rumors Tuesday that a student brought an unloaded gun to Acalanes High in Lafayette, police and school administrators conducted a search of the campus, Principal Aida Glimme said, in a Wednesday message to the community.

“Yesterday, Tuesday 9/27, Acalanes administration received a report of a possible weapon on campus,” Glimmer wrote. “In partnership with the Lafayette Police Department, a thorough search and investigation were conducted. A weapon was not found on campus.

The school’s safety procedures were followed and students were secure and safe on campus. We appreciate the partnership and aid of the Lafayette PD. We continue to encourage our students to keep the Acalanes staff informed of any safety risks to our students.”

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