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Concord-Carlisle officials dispute bullying suit

Say they tried to aid victim

CONCORD — When Isabella “Belle” Hankey reported the first vicious slur carved into her car in the Concord-Carlisle High School parking lot in March 2012, the administration sprang into action, principal Peter Badalament said.

He worked with police, Hankey’s guidance counselor, teachers, and Superintendent Diana Rigby, he said, trying to find the culprit or culprits and keep Hankey safe.

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