Virginia Beach, Virginia 2021-09-22 11:00:57 –
VIRGINIA BEACH (WAVY) —Virginia Beach Police is investigating social media threats to Kempsville High School.
Kempsville Principal Melissa George did not share details about the threat, but notified the school’s family on Wednesday morning, stating that the school had additional police on Wednesday.
“Our school and students are safe,” said George. “Of course, just hearing and seeing such words can upset them, so talk to them about their role in school safety. They asked about something. If so, you should immediately report it to the police and adults so that the rumors do not persist through social media or gossip. “
After the shooting on Monday at Heritage High School in Newport News, several local schools have been tackling social media threats and rumors. 20 year old Newport News man Arrested after police said his post on social media caused fear and panic.. There were no credible threats, police said.
Sondra Woodward, a Virginia Beach City School spokesperson, said that school districts are usually receiving increasing reports and rumors of post-incident threats at other schools, and that the school district is VBPD, a safe school office in the school district. , And states that it will notify families of potential threats based on guidance from school leaders.
“The safety of your child is our number one priority and we take these issues very seriously,” said George.
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