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North Oldham Center Faculty officers say a menace towards the varsity circulating on some social media platforms shouldn’t be credible and class can be in session Monday, with an additional police presence at the faculty “for reassurance.”
In a press release posted on the center faculty’s web site, administrators say they have been made aware of the menace Friday and worked with the Oldham County Police Department to research. There isn’t any credible menace towards the varsity, the assertion stated, however cops will nonetheless be at NOMS on Monday.
“Please know it is protected to return to high school Monday,” the statement stated partially. “… We sit up for ending out the remainder of the varsity yr with the security of our college students on the forefront, as we do each day of the yr. We’ve 13 days of instructional alternatives forward of us and plan to make the most of each day to the fullest.
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