Stratford schools notification system test gets A+

The school sent test e-mails and made reverse 911 phone calls yesterday.

The school sent test e-mails and made reverse 911 phone calls yesterday. (1/12/13)

STRATFORD - Stratford school officials say a new parental notification system test got an A+ .

Interim Superintendent Margaret Lasek says the school sent test emails and made reverse 911 phone calls to parents yesterday.

Officials say the system failed to immediately notify parents Tuesday during a lockdown at Wooster Middle School due to maintenance that was being performed.

Police say the lockdown happened when four men were seen with pellet guns on school grounds.

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