Joyce Bullock Elementary Parents Want Answers
Joyce Bullock Elementary was back open for business Wednesday, one day after it was placed on lockdown.
Levy County Sheriff's deputies patrolled the area after Tuesday's brief kidnapping of the two students. Some parents said they wished the school had notified them immediately after the incident took place.
"No one said one word to me except I was yelled at from the cafeteria to go to my vehicle and not come back on school grounds," said Tiffany Scherer. "No explanation of where my four-year-old was or nothing."
Levy County School Board officials said they're working hard with law enforcement to determine how someone was able to get so close to students without being seen.
"We're interviewing all the folks that were on duty and trying to figure out exactly, determine a timeline as to what happened," said Jeff Edison, Assistant Superintendent of Levy County Schools. "And to figure out where everybody was at and what procedures were in place."
Extra administrators were sent to the school Wednesday to help keep an eye on students. Levy County Sheriff's deputies said they had no leads yet.
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