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Woodland Hills High School addresses social media threat – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-10-27 16:24:00 –

Woodland Hills High School managers issued a statement on Wednesday about alleged threats made by students on social media. Parents arrived at school Wednesday morning to take their children out of class and were afraid of their safety. Christine Kennedy has appeared at school. “I got a call from my daughter this morning and told me to pick her up. Apparently it’s not safe to keep her there,” Kennedy said. See the latest video player news report above. Below is the text of a letter posted by Principal Shelly Manne, Vice-Principal, and Student Dean. “Early this morning, the Woodland Hills School District was informed that students threatened to bring guns to high school. The threat was made during a live broadcast on social media platform Instagram Live.” This morning Special precautions were taken during the security check. Notified by Churchill police, the district is in contact with department officials throughout the day. “The student who allegedly threatened the student who hosted the broadcast on Instagram Live wasn’t in school today. There were no rumors of any weapons. There was no basis on the high school campus.” Continues to monitor the situation and take all necessary steps to ensure the safety of students and staff. All activities scheduled for this afternoon have been cancelled. Students who have been investigated for all threats and found to have made false threats or false reports will be disciplined. “Thank you for your support.”

Woodland Hills High School managers released a statement on social media on Wednesday about alleged threats posed by students.

Parents arrived at school Wednesday morning to take their children out of class. I was afraid of their safety.

Christine Kennedy appeared at school to take her granddaughter away.

“My daughter called me this morning and asked me to pick her up. Apparently she feels it’s unsafe to keep her there,” Kennedy said.

See the latest news reports on the video players above.

Below is the text of a letter posted by Principal Shelly Manne, Assistant Vice-Principal, and Dean of the Student Department.

“Early this morning, the Woodland Hills school district was informed that students threatened to bring guns to high school. The threat took place during a live broadcast on social media platform Instagram Live.

“Special precautions were taken during this morning’s security check. Churchill police were notified and the district is in contact with department officials throughout the day.

“There were no students in school today who allegedly threatened the students who hosted the broadcast on Instagram Live. All rumors of weapons on the high school campus were unfounded.

“We will continue to monitor the situation and take all necessary steps to ensure the safety of our students and staff. All activities scheduled for this afternoon have been cancelled. All threats have been investigated. It turns out that the student is committing a false threat or falsehood. The report will be disciplinary.

“Thank you for your support.”

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