HEYBURN — A police officer will be on campus Tuesday morning at Mt. Harrison High School after rumors threats were shared on social media, school officials said.
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The threats were reported to school officials last week and a school resource officer investigated and determined no threats had actually been made, a Facebook post from Minidoka School District Superintendent Ken Cox said. Since then, a Facebook post has been circulating with claims that the threats were made.
Cox said he requested a police presence at the school Tuesday to “ensure students feel safe.”
Anyone with information about the threats is asked to contact the school principal, Joe Fairchild, or Cox.
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