Dutchtown High investigating school threat
ASCENSION PARISH- School administrators partnered with law enforcement Tuesday morning to investigate a reported threatening message.
According to the Ascension Parish School Board, parents received the following message from Dutchtown High's principal, Carli Francois:
The Dutchtown High School administration partnered with law enforcement to investigate a threatening message that was reported this morning. Please know, at no time did we feel the safety of our students and staff was compromised, but we take all threats very seriously. Because this involves a minor, we cannot release details regarding the investigation but please know the individual who made the threating message has been removed from campus and all is safe.
I would like to thank all those who reported the potential threat and for the swift action of the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office in investigating and assuring the safety of our campus.
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