It is a worry of all parents of young children: getting the news that your child is missing from school.
The ordeal of Kayla Hill began at Indian Springs Elementary school last Friday when she was put in isolation for behavior problems.
Kayla’s father tells NBC 4 that he was told his daughter, who has special needs, went missing from her school about 1:30 p.m. and headed west up Henderson Road.
Kayla ended up walking along busy North High Street. At some point during her two-mile, 45-minute walk home, the third grader managed to cross High Street by herself.
She ended up at the Duke and Duchess Shoppe at North High Street and Broad Meadows Blvd.
Kayla’s parents contend the school didn’t call them until 3 p.m. and police just a few minutes before that.
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