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Bus para without job following medication investigation

(KAIR)--A bus paraprofessional in Atchison is no longer employed in the school district.

That follows an investigation that arose from the allegation that a child had been given some type of medication by the paraprofessional to aid the child's cough.

According to a Facebook post made by the child's mother, the 2nd grader informed her of the incident, and she in turn contacted officials of USD 409.

Superintendent Dr. Susan Myers told MSC News a thorough investigation was conducted. "This is a personnel matter, so I can't discuss allegations. However, I can tell you that this person is no longer employed with Apple Bus, in our community."

Apple Bus is the company that oversees the district's busing services, and the para-professional was employed through them.

It remains unknown exactly what was given to the child.

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