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Updated: July 17, 2019 @ 2:58 pm
Belgrade High School Principal Paul Lamb was back on the job Friday after the school district completed its investigation of alleged misconduct, Superintendent Candy Lubansky said.
“We do not believe there is a safety issue, but the school district will continue to work on its processes and procedures and will take another look at it policies,” Lubansky said.
While the school has completed its investigation, the Belgrade Police Department is still continuing its investigation, Chief E.J. Clark said. Clark would not comment on when the investigation would end.
Lubansky and Lamb said they cannot comment on the “alleged misconduct” until the police department finishes its investigation.
The district plans to revamp protocol in the school’s handbook in the coming weeks, Lubansky and Lamb said.
Belgrade School Board Chairman Lance Voegele said the district has taken some knocks, but the schools are still strong.
“We have really great schools, and it’s a shame these things keep happening,” he said.
Voegele said he has not been contacted about the incident, and isn’t even sure about what happened last week to create the stir.
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