A middle school in Chattanooga was closed Monday due to threats on social media targeting staff.
The principal of the Louis-Philippe-Paré school, Stéphane Brault, sent an email late Sunday evening informing the parents of the students of the situation.
“We know you need to restructure your family control on Monday, but we want to ensure the safety of students and our staff in this environment,” he said. Bralt writes.
The e-mail said that the incident had been reported to the Chattanooga Police and that it was being taken seriously.
“These are threats made on social media targeting employees. It is therefore recommended that the school be closed throughout the day while investigators carry out their investigation, ”said Martin Denis, a spokesman for the Chattanooga Police.
MMe Denise said the news targeted two school staff, but could not give further details.
Cybercrime investigators will try to determine where the news came from, he added.
“We do not know where the threats are coming from, whether they are from school or from outside. ”
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