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School Accidentally Tells Parents All of Their Children Have Gone Missing
Parents in Corona, CA, got quite the scare last Thursday morning when an automated phone message informed them that their kids were inexplicably absent from school.
Little did they know that the parents of all 717 students at John Adams Elementary School had received the same computer-generated call.
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According to Evita Tapia-Gonzalez, a spokeswoman for the Corona-Norco Unified School District, the hysteria-inducing error was the result of an employee accidentally misusing the school's broadcast messaging system. Instead of sending the absentee notification to a select group of parents, it sent the note to everyone in the system.
It only took about eight minutes for the school to realize its mistake and start calling the parents back, but by then, many panicked moms and dads were already racing down the highway and demanding answers from the board.
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