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Several parents have voiced concerns about the treatment of students at George Ward Elementary School in Randolph County.

They're blaming the principal for the handling of two students, including one with special needs.

Superintendent Terry George said he conducted an investigation, but found no problems at the school.

George said there's no evidence of inappropriate conduct.