Disturbing Threat Allegedly Made Against Hudson Valley School
A student allegedly posted a disturbing message on social media promoting a shelter-in-place warning at a Hudson Valley school.
According to a Facebook post from Highland Central School District, a student allegedly made a disturbing post on social media on Wednesday, March 27, referencing past acts of school violence and threatening language. As a result, the Highland High School had a shelter-in-place activated for Thursday, March 28.
The student who posted the disturbing message on social media was taken into custody by the Town of Lloyd Police Department, according to the Facebook post. Police are investigating the situation and questioning the student.
During the shelter-in-place, students remained in classrooms and instruction continued. However, no one was permitted outside the classroom, as stated in the Facebook post from Highland Central School District.
As of 1:25 p.m. on Thursday, March 28, the shelter-in-place was lifted on the Highland High School, according to the Facebook post from Highland Central School District.
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