East Coweta HS student brings loaded gun to school

East Coweta HS student brings loaded gun to school

There will be an additional police presence at Parkway West High School Thursday after a threat was made on social media.

Sheriff's officials said any student who hears or sees a threat of violence or even possible violence can speak with school resource deputies or call the anonymous Crime Stoppers tip line at (888) 580-8477.

The superintendent said her district investigates all reported safety concerns and takes them seriously.

The survey was sent out over the weekend and answers were set to be anonymous.

School officials say the student pictured with a weapon along with the list was manipulated to appear as one photo. "This implementation will greatly open up communication portals between the police, school administrators, faculty and its students".

That student has been charged with second-degree terroristic threatening, according to Martin.

Cops say the most recent threat happened two days ago and involved a "threat of violence at the school involving the use of firearms". "We will continue to work closely with law enforcement to maintain a safe learning environment in our schools", the Cambridge statement read.

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However, the students family does own several guns. "We took the test on the same day", Kannen said.

The Seattle School Board supports stricter gun laws, opposes the "misguided suggestion" that it's appropriate to arm teachers in schools and is endorsing a march planned by students after one of the deadliest school shootings in USA history.

Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone said as a dad and a bureaucrat, he's concerned about the missed school time.

The group at Chapel Hill High School have joined together and proposed solutions to their principal like arming teachers and adding security, anything to add a sense of safety.

One student says she remembers hearing about school shootings in the fourth grade and she couldn't do much back then, but now she was ready to offer support.

The suspect had left school prior to the arrival of the officers. "We walk in here and we are scared", said student Amber Price.