According to Dr. Patrick Martin, after the system detected the threat, it promptly contacted the Trussville Police Department to request they investigate the matter.
After conducting their investigation, the police concluded that the middle school was not currently in danger and that it would be okay for children to return to class on Tuesday, May 16.
According to Dr. Martin, there will be an increased police presence at every school daily this week as an additional safety step.
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This inquiry was launched when parents expressed worry regarding earlier threats, which had been investigated at the beginning of the school year.
Following the conclusion of that investigation, the previous Superintendent, Dr. Pattie Neill, was placed on administrative leave, and she ultimately tendered her resignation.
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