VERONA, N.Y. -- A social media threat was made against the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central School District on Sunday.
According to the superintendent, the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office says their investigation is complete, and there is no credible threat at this time.
They say that the individual accused of posting the threat on SnapChat will not be at school Monday.
Deputies will patrol the school throughout the day as a precautionary measure, and school officials will be meeting with investigators.
Any parents, guardians or others with concerns can call the superintendent’s office at (315) 829-7425.
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