For the third time in less than a week and for the second consecutive day, there was a threat followed by evacuation at Clinton-Massie schools.
On Wednesday, the high school and middle school were safely evacuated. According to Superintendent Matt Baker, the students were evacuated to the high school football field after a threatening note was found in a high school restroom. After the students were evacuated, authorities and staff inspected to the building for any threats.
When the school was clear, the students assembled in the gymnasium where Baker spoke to the students about the severity of this situation and how they may have to make up for the lost class time at a later date. Baker expresses his gratitude to parents for their understanding as they investigate these events.
Tuesday, the elementary school was safely evacuated due to a threat left in a restroom that was discovered mid-afternoon.
Last Friday, the elementary school was placed on lockdown and the middle school and high school evacuated when a threat was written on a restroom wall.