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Two third graders leave school and found more than a mile away at McDonald's



Two third graders leave school, found more than a mile away at McDonald's


Two students in North Carolina elementary school left school early Wednesday — without notifying an adult. When teachers realized that the third grades were not in line to return from the recess, according to WTVD, the school quickly contacted the police. WTVD reports that police received a tip that there were two students more than a mile away from the school, at a local McDonald's. "All of us started breathing again at that time," Sgt. Tom Brienzi of the Holly Springs Police Department told WTVD. "When they maintained the custody of the children and confirmed that we had exactly who we thought we had, we were able to take a sigh of relief at that time." The police got the students back safely to school. "I want to determine appropriate disciplinary action to ensure students understand the severity of their actions," school principal Sarah Simmons said in a letter to parents. "I appreciate the prompt response to staff in reporting missing students, as well as all employees involved in the search. "

Two elementary school students in North Carolina left school early Wednesday — without notifying an adult.

When teachers realized that the third graders were not in line to return from the recess, according to WTVD, the school quickly contacted the police.

WTVD reports that police received a tip that there were two students more than a mile away from the school, at a local McDonald's.

"All of us started breathing again at that time," Sgt. Tom Brienzi of the Holly Springs Police Department told WTVD. "When they maintained the custody of the children and confirmed that we had exactly what we thought we had, we were able to take a sigh of relief at that time."

Police got students safely back to school.

"I will take appropriate disciplinary action to ensure that students understand the severity of their actions," said school principal Sarah Simmons in a letter to parents. "I appreciate the prompt response to our staff in missing student reporting , as well as all employees involved in the search. "


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