GARDEN VALLEY, Idaho (CBS2) — ARDEN VALLEY, Idaho (CBS2) — A written threat against Garden Valley Schools is being investigated by the Boise County Sheriff’s Office.
Employees at Garden Valley Schools discovered a threat on March 11. They alerted authorities, who launched an investigation.
“The safety of our students, faculty, and staff is a top priority for Garden Valley Schools,” according to a notice on the school’s website. “All threats are taken seriously by us, and we collaborate with law enforcement to address any potential threats. We will continue to prioritize the safety of students, faculty, and staff in our daily actions.”
Officials have stated that students did not bring weapons to school, despite rumors to the contrary.
“I want to make sure everyone understands the situation,” said Randy Thompson, Superintendent of Garden Valley Schools. “However, due to privacy laws, we are unable to provide specific information about the potential threat that was discovered last week.” “However, I can assure you that there will be no use of firearms or explosives.”
Sheriff Scott Turner of Boise County confirmed to CBS2 that no students brought weapons to school.
Turner stated, “SROs and staff are still working through and resolving the issue.” He also stated that the school is not under any immediate threat.
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