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Sexual assault policy among parental concerns at school board meeting



The Columbia County Board of Education received an update on the school district’s building program, approved a new technology contract and heard concerns about sexual assault policy during the school board meeting on Tuesday - the first after a board retreat in Savannah on June 9.

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  1. So did the school board have no reply? Don’t we commonly hear “in the best interests of the child” in court cases? You know the silence invites someone to take action themselves? Do what you were elected to do..make a decision and stick by it!!

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