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April 23, 2013 at 8:44 AM

Marysville school investigating timeout closet

MARYSVILLE (AP) — A Marysville teacher and an aide have been placed on paid leave while the district investigates a complaint they put a special education second-grader in a closet for a timeout.

The principal of Marshall Elementary told parents a substitute has taken over the class.

The parent who complained, Angi Wilson, told The Daily Herald the teacher had told her that her daughter was getting got of control and having tantrums.

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