Ohio’s BROADVIEW HEIGHTS – According to a district release, Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School students were dismissed on Friday due to a threat of violence.
Officials at the school decided to call it a day after an administrator discovered that a pupil had threatened them. Around nine in the morning, those who drove to school left first.
Others were later given their grade-level discharge and transported home on buses.
Joelle Magyar, the district’s superintendent, reported that despite a thorough search of the school by the Broadview Heights Police Department, nothing hazardous or risky was discovered.
“While the alleged threat for violence has not been substantiated, building leaders believe that safety is a priority and that the productivity of the school day has been compromised,” the district said in a statement. “The (school district) is acting out of an abundance of caution in order to keep everyone safe.”
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The primary and middle schools in Brecksville-Broadview Heights stayed open since only the high school was under threat.
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