Police Will Attend Welland High School Monday Following Online Threat – Hamilton | The Canadian News

Students from Centennial High School in Welland, Ontario, will arrive to find a police presence at the school Monday following a threat on social media.

In an email sent to parents Friday night and shared with Global News, the school’s principal, Tammy Zonneveld, said that police officers would be at the school on Thorold Road at the beginning of the week “to reassure students and parents “.

Police were at the school Friday investigating reports of an online threat.

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Zonneveld first notified parents of the situation by email shortly before 4 pm on October 29, saying they were “aware of the possible threat via social media” and had “thoroughly investigated” the matter together with the police.

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According to an update sent around 6:30 pm, the police confirmed that the matter had been resolved.

“The Niagara Regional Police have contacted tonight and have informed us that the problem has been resolved and that there is no threat to the safety of the students.”

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