FARGO, ND (Valley News Live) – UPDATE: Fargo Police and Davies High School Administration have investigated images and reports circulating on social media and say it links to the incident that happened. produced on Monday.
In an email sent Wednesday, the principal wrote:
“Additionally, a past image unrelated to social media has been shared in its original or altered form to insinuate a new threat to Davies’ safety. Just this morning, based on the emerging concerns, school administrators, in conjunction with the Fargo Police Department, thoroughly investigated the validity of the social media posts and comments. Based on the investigation, the threats were found not to be credible.
The principal also says that the student involved in the incident under investigation is not at school.
ORIGINAL: Fargo police say a threat made by a student at Davies High School on Monday afternoon was not credible.
In an email to families and staff, Principal Troy Cody writes:
Late in the afternoon of Tuesday December 14, the administration of Davies High School became aware of an inappropriate and threatening comment made by one of its students on Monday December 13 after school in the bus. This afternoon, other students on the bus brought the comments to the attention of the school resource officer.
School administrators, in conjunction with the Fargo Police Department, have thoroughly investigated the validity of the comments. Based on the investigation, the threat was deemed not credible and poses no danger to students, staff, or the Davies campus.
We take student safety very seriously. As always, our goal is to ensure that students can learn in a safe environment. Please encourage your student to always contact an adult if they see or hear anything of concern. We thank students who have come forward to share the concerning comments so that they can be investigated.
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