Officials with Euclid City Schools have issued another statement regarding the district’s decision to remain open Monday after a threat of gun violence was found on social media on Sunday.
Superintendent Keith Bell made the following statement via news release on Monday morning:
“Euclid City Schools are open today because we believe them to be safe. We have deployed additional personnel to each school and have extra security measures in place to assist in the mission of keeping students safe. We will continue to work with the Euclid Police Department and provide updates as they become available.”
The district also released a statement Sunday after the threat was found.
The Euclid Police Department is investigating the threat, which said all Euclid schools would be “shot up.”
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