Quaker Valley plans action on bomb threats

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The Quaker Valley School District plans disciplinary action against the student responsible for bomb threats made against the high school this week.

In a news release the district said the high school was evacuated twice this week when written threats were discovered in high school restrooms on Monday and Tuesday. An investigation continues to determine if others were involved, the release said.

Because of student privacy issues the student’s name is not being released nor is the type of discipline being disclosed. However, Superintendent Joseph Clapper said all threats “are taken seriously and will result in the most severe disciplinary consequences possible.”


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