Indiana High School Responds to Online Threat Monday: Safety Measures in Place


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Hagerstown, IN – In response to threatening statements made on social media targeting Hagerstown Junior-Senior High School, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department and Hagerstown Police Department promptly initiated an investigation. 

According to Superintendent Emily Schaeffer of Nettle Creek School Corporation, the recent threats were taken seriously and addressed efficiently, ensuring the safety of students and staff. Authorities and school administration worked closely to monitor and assess any potential threats. 

As a precaution, there will be an increased police presence at the school Tuesday. Despite the incident, the school will operate on a normal schedule, as officials are confident in the safety measures in place. Schaeffer emphasizes the importance of community vigilance and reporting any perceived threats, highlighting the shared responsibility in maintaining a safe learning environment.


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