Pulaski County Superintendent comments on personal information tossed on the floor of Old Pulaski Middle School

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PULASKI COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – Last week, WFXR News reported concerns from parents, teachers and students about personal information that was found thrown on the ground at the Old Pulaski Middle School.

The documents were reportedly tossed onto the floor and contained medical records and other personal information from former students and staff at the school.

Dr. Kevin Siers, Pulaski County Public Schools Superintendent, penned a letter to the community, which can be read below.

In the letter, Dr. Siers says that they do not believe that the incident has resulted in anyone’s identity potentially being exposed; however, he says that the district is providing free 12-month credit monitoring for all students and teachers who may have had their personal information exposed.

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