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Posted on:    23 Feb, 2018       Views:  644

Northeast school cancels More threats on Snapchat in Hill City

A Northeast Minni School district closed the school on Thursday, 22 February, in response to the threat against the school on social media. Atkins County Sheriff's Office reported that the hazard was specifically designed for Hill City schools and some students. Sheriff's Office, Hill City Police Department and the Minnesota Bureau of the Feral modification are investigating the threat. The high risk among schools in Minnesota WCCO is a roundup: "A school in North Minnesota and a school more than the Minnesota-Aiwa border has closed due to the threat on Thursday. Overnight, Hill City School announced classes The school said, "Hill City has sent some hill city students through guided social media." ... Hill City School says law enforcement is aware and investigate. "Meanwhile, from the Olivia, the West Central Tribune said:" The Bold School District is informing residents, students and employees that there is no threat to security The school is intending to bring a gun on Tuesday, while stories have been introduced.

In response to the threat against the school created on social media, the hill city's school district canceled the classes on Thursday.

Northeast school cancels More threats on Snapchat in Hill City

Atkins County Sheriff's Office reported that the threat was made especially for Hill City schools and some students.

Superintendent Pat Randall said that students of Hill City High School informed the adults on Wednesday night that there is a growing situation on Snapchat. If the school was held on Thursday, then the presence of a major law enforcement would be required and the decision was made to give law enforcement focus on the threat investigation to cancel the school on Thursday, the Rentals said

The district announced on Thursday afternoon that the classes will be held on Friday.

"Law enforcement has investigated this incident and has determined that there is no threat to Hill City students and employees now," the district posted online "will be a law enforcement presence during the day, as for our academic community We support the families who can keep their students at home tomorrow. "

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Randall said that the decision to cancel the class came on Thursday, when the students were talking to the unknown people about that time and were preparing screenshots of the conversation with them. A person, who has not been scheduled to become a student, was making threats to come to school and last week an event was tied to danger for which a student was disciplined, Randall said. Talks on social media increased and threats were made specific, he said. Students became alarmed and started telling parents, coaches and members of the school board. Randall said that he started listening to it at 11 o'clock. Wednesday.

After incorporating law enforcement, the school leaders "decided to take words for whatever they were" and canceled the school, Randall said.

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"The part of our discussion was that if we used to try to keep school (open), then we needed the presence of law enforcement and it was making many difficulties to do many things to make the difficulties. Decided, parents will feel secure, children will feel safe and ... it will allow law enforcement to focus on where it is coming from and threatens Validity. "

Randall said that he had thought of the situation in the Orono school district on the west of Minneapolis on Wednesday. In Orono, after posting on Facebook and Twitter the schools threatened to shoot the school. Randall said that the threat in Orono was the same against Hill City on Wednesday night, and that Hill City needed to take its risk seriously.

Sheriff's Office, Hill City Police Department and the Minnesota Bureau of the Feral modification are investigating the threat. Anyone who is going to get information about the threat or threat, is asked to contact Sheriff's office at (218) 927-7400 or (888) 900-2138.

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