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Meghan Woods said she heard her son’s screams as soon as she opened the school doors.
It was early 2020 and the Whitehorse mother had left work after another call from Jack Hulland Elementary School letting her know her son was upset. She remembers being frustrated — it wasn’t the first time she had to pick him up that year. But she said the hair on the back of her neck stood up when she walked into the building.
The principal guided Woods to a locked room nearby: the “study hall.”
“I kind of busted in the door,” Woods recalled. “And [her son] was there, sitting at the
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