Nashua, New Hampshire, Schools Closed for ‘Detailed Threat of Violence’

20 Jan 2016 | Author: | No comments yet »

Nashua N.H. schools closed due to `detailed’ threat.

Officials in Nashua, New Hampshire, told all public school students Sunday to stay home Monday because of a “specific” threat aimed at two high schools. “We have received a detailed threat of violence to harm students and staff at both high schools,” Superintendent Mark Conrad announced on the school district’s website Sunday. “The threat is specific to tomorrow [Monday]. I regret any difficulties for working parents but safety must remain our first priority.” “The Nashua Police Department is currently working closely with the Nashua School District Administration as well as several state and federal law enforcement agencies to determine the credibility of the threat,” spokesman Lt.

The Washington Times reported that Conrad has stated that the closing of the schools is to ensure the safety of anyone who would be at the school and also simply the district’s way of being cautious.

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