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By Travis Mounts
Haysville School District officials are dealing with the second student threat this school year. Distirct officials notified media of the threat Wednesday afternoon.
According to district officials, Haysville Middle School officials were notified of a threatening statement made by a student. The Haysville Police Department School Resource Officer (SRO) was immediately notified. The threat was deemed not credible by the SRO after the student was interviewed.
"The safety and security of Haysville Middle School students and staff are our first priority," district officials said in a statement. "It is important for our students to understand that we take threatening statements seriously. Statements of this type will be investigated and appropriate actions will be taken by our administration and our school resource officer."
The statement said the school is taking disciplinary action with the student involved. The Haysville Police Department will determine if any law enforcement action will be taken.
On Aug. 27, Campus High School officials responded to a student's threatening Twitter post. School and police officials investigated and determined that threat was not credible.
Privacy laws prevent school officials from discussing specific disciplinary actions.
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