Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Transcript Part 2 MAGAZINE IN AUDITORIUM...and it wasn't Playboy!

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Councilor Breanna Lungo-Koehn, who first informed the Medford Police Department of the magazine after some community members found out about it, said that faculty, staff and parents of the McGlynn Middle and Elementary School need more answers from the school administration.

“They don’t feel comfortable with the judgment that was made obviously by you, but also by the principal of that school,” Lungo-Koehn said. “I’m under the impression that [the magazine] was thrown away, that’s what I was told.”

After the magazine was found in the school by a custodian, the custodian locked it in McGlynn Middle School Principal Jake Edwards’ office, though Edwards told Belson he did not see it and may have thrown it away while cleaning his office in late December. Belson first heard about it a week or two after it was placed in Edwards’ office, from the same custodian.