Bourne Schools Investigate Student Threat
BOURNE — Bourne Public Schools Superintendent Kerri Anne Quinlan-Zhou said district officials and Bourne police investigated a threat made by a student earlier today — and found there is no danger.
At around 4 a.m. Thursday, police notified the school that a Bourne Middle School student was allegedly recorded making a statement about potentially harming others at school.
A statement from the district noted that officials investigated the matter thoroughly, in conjunction with Bourne police.
There was no change in the school day, and classes continued on their normal schedule, the statement read.
“I would like to reassure the entire school community that there is no active threat or danger to our school community," said Quinlan-Zhou, going on to thank Bourne police for their support.
"We have seen similar incidents throughout the region in recent weeks, and we will continue to take these incidents seriously."
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