FRANKFORT, N.Y. – Frankfort-Schuyler Junior/Senior High School has reported another threat found at the school Thursday morning. Police have investigated and determined that the threat has no credibility.
The school has posted a message to the website, stating the threat was found on a bathroom wall. The school day will continue as scheduled across the district.
This comes just a day after the school was evacuated for a written threat found by a student in a boy’s bathroom. Students evacuated to the elementary school and town hall, where parents were instructed to pick them up after the school was dismissed at 11:35 a.m.
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