The site manager for RALLY, the summer care program, contacted poison control and alerted parents, according to the statement, and “all steps provided by poison control were carefully followed.”
RALLY provides state-licensed childcare for elementary students ages five through 12 and is a partnership with the Juneau School District, according to the district website
One student received medical treatment at a nearby hospital, and two other students were picked up from the school “and may have gone to seek medical advice,” the statement said.
The condition of those students and the remaining nine children was not included in the statement.
An investigation into how the incident happened is ongoing and includes participation from the school district, NMS, the City and Borough of Juneau, and Juneau Police Department, according to the statement, which did not specify who is leading the investigation.
CNN has reached out to the Juneau School District, NMS and the Juneau Police Department for more information.