Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Someone sends fake school closing
Adults and children alike keep phone lines to local media outlets very busy during those bad weather days. Some are trying to figure out if they need to rearrange work schedules and some hope for those words closed next to their school's name. Occasionally some try to assist the school systems by attempting to call off school for them, and someone tried to do just that with emails sent out for Hawkins county schools. The three emails tried to cancel classes for Hawkins County schools on Tuesday...They had previously called for a two hour delay. School leaders have contacted police to help them find who sent the emails. The school system says it uses security measures with media outlet when changing a school schedule so that if a false report comes in it hopefully will not make it out to the public. (CC)

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