O'Donnell ISD addresses school threat

O'Donnell ISD addresses school threat

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O'DONNELL, TEXAS -

O'Donnell ISD has announced a potential threat on its Facebook page.

"The O'Donnell ISD Administration is dedicated to keeping staff and students safe. To do this, I feel it is necessary to notify you that we have had a threat made by a secondary student toward the school. This student will not be allowed on campus until further notice. Both the O'Donnell Police Department and the Lynn County Sheriff's Department will be present at school tomorrow. Any threat against our school must be taken seriously and action must be decisive and swift. I believe that the steps we have taken will ensure the safety of everyone on both our campuses tomorrow morning and we look forward to seeing all students. By communicating and working together, we can make sure that we remain safe. Thank you for supporting our school and be confident that we are doing everything possible to keep our students and staff safe."

Information courtesy of Superintendent Dr. Cathy Palmer, this incident remains under investigation.

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