Dozens of Norfolk students’ private health information posted online by school system

Sara Gregory reports:

School crisis plans that detail the medical issues of dozens of Norfolk students and teachers were posted online last week for anyone to access.


Larchmont Elementary School’s plans, for instance, list a student with autism and two students with mobility issues. St. Helena Elementary School lists 27 students who have either asthma, food allergies, seizures or heart conditions. P.B. Young Elementary School’s plans list five teachers who are either diabetic or have high blood pressure.

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