School Officials: Web Threat Didn't Target Bloomfield High School


Hundreds of anxious parents descended on Bayonne High School this morning to sign their children out of school after a threat against "BHS students" circulated on social media.

The threat targeted a school in New Mexico, schools spokesman Stan Simpson said, and an arrest has been made. Bayonne police said they were notified Friday morning about the threat, after parents had apparently started messaging each other and then arrived at the school to get their kids.

A new, fast-circulating school threat on social media appears to have no connection to Bryan High School. The school has 2,700 total students.

In the letter, Wanko said students were never in danger. Hahaha you all ****** up. "I'm going to be the next to go down in history you SCUMS (expletive) all bhs, I dare you to go to school tm I want to see how many people I can take with me", the post on the social media platform Snapchat read. Screenshot and spread the word.

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Davis told a crowd of parents outside of Bayonne High School and in a Facebook post that his staff has been working with Bayonne Public School administrators regarding school security.

"As we move forward, continued support and training will be provided so that Bremerton Schools remain safe places", Leavell said in an email statement. "This is another important step we can take and I expect to have this program implemented in the upcoming months".

The Belen High School student suspected of making the online threat is alleged to have created a false Snapchat account, according to the Valencia County News-Bulletin.

The lockdown was confirmed by by multiple student tweets about the incident. Randy Plumb of the Bremerton Police Department. "Please help us to continue to encourage your student (s) that if they see something or hear something that is potentially harmful, to say something to an adult, school official, or call 911".

And in Nutley, a supposed threat made against a school last week resulted in a student being banned from the school. All of these threats were found to either be rumors or hoaxes.