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December 17, 2014 at 1:37 PM

Roundup: Edmonds superintendent reprimanded; threats close Issaquah school

Edmonds superintendent reprimanded by school board: The Edmonds School Board reprimanded Superintendent Nick Brossoit earlier this year over two incidents in which he crossed boundaries with district staff. In one case, Brossoit asked an assistant superintendent about the details of a letter of reference she wrote for Brossoit’s wife.

Issaquah school closed after threatening note found on campus: Pacific Cascade Middle School in Issaquah canceled classes Wednesday after a threatening note was found outside a teacher’s classroom. The letter threatened violence against four staff members, the district said.

D.C. judge dismisses special education lawsuit: A U.S. district judge has dismissed an 18-year-old lawsuit against Washington, D.C., schools, following improvements in the district’s special education department.

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