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Oct 26, 2015 6:13 PM

School board members in Rochester discussing potential protocol changes following Eve Tarmey's death

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ROCHESTER - It has been more than a week since Eve Tarmey was found dead in a motel room and there are still so many unanswered questions surrounding Spaulding High School.

Monday, the school where Tarmey attended is discussing possible changes to current school regulations about handling students and drug issues.

School Board Member Julie Brown is one member in the discussion of potential changes to prevent future deaths like Eve Tarmey's.

"See if we can make arrangements so that nurses in the junior high am a high school to have Narcan. Just in case it's better to be safe than sorry" Brown said.

Tarmey's friends claim the 17-year-old reached out to school officials yet nothing was done to help her.

School board members could not comment if Tarmey had previously been suspended for drugs but promised school protocol was followed and the school did as much as they could for her.

The school board could change the school's protocol after Monday's meeting.

"See if we can make arrangements so that nurses in the junior high am a high school to have Narcan. Just in case it's better to be safe than sorry" Brown said.

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