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PROVO, Utah (AP) -- A bunch of student files that were destined for a shredder instead wound up inside a dumpster at Provo's Centennial Middle School.
Red-faced school officials say the 800 files should have been destroyed, not left around for anyone to see.
Officials say the information was confidential but didn't amount to a security breach -- the files contained no social security numbers.
Instead, they contained teachers' notes on student absences.
The file tabs named the students and their home addresses.
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