LeMoyne said some students were named in the notebook that was found at the school. Those students were notified, he told Channel 2. He said there were no specific threats or plans indicated in the book and no legitimate threat to anyone in the school.
“That being said, we are taking the situation very seriously and will continue to consider both appropriate disciplinary actions and other supports to be sure the situation is appropriate resolved,” he said.
Extra security was on campus Monday “out of an abundance of caution,” LeMoyne said.
“I know that when situations like this occur, there is always some trepidation on the part of parents and students about attending school,” he said.
LeMoyne said officials believe they’ve identified the student involved.
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