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School system issues caution about party

SALISBURY — Rowan-Salisbury School System officials say they want to get the word out that the school district is not sponsoring or involved in any way with a party students have apparently planned for tonight.
“It was brought to our attention that there is an invitation circulating among North Rowan High and Salisbury High school students about a party tomorrow night co-hosted by the ‘Rowan County State Champs Boys / Girls Basketball Teams,’ ” school system spokeswoman Rita Foil wrote Thursday in an e-mail to the Post.
Foil said she wanted to clarify that neither of the high schools nor the system has anything to do with the party. Principals at North Rowan and Salisbury planned to send out telephone messages on the Connect-ED system to let parents know, Foil wrote.

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