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Parents and staff express thoughts of school safety in wake of threat


November 14, 2018

Havre Daily News/Tim Leeds

Lines of students stand outside the west entrance of Havre High School at about 8:20 this morning as Havre Police Officers stand guard. The school instituted a closed campus starting today after being closed Tuesday following a threat being discovered Monday evening in a boys' bathroom. The school had one line for students without backpacks and another for those with backpacks. Student bags, backpacks and coats were to be searched before the students could enter the school.

Following the regular Havre Public School Board meeting, Superintendent Andy Carlson addressed questions and comments from parents and staff in attendance Tuesday night about security at the Havre schools.

The questions came in wake of threatening graffiti being found Monday at Havre High School that led to the school being closed Tuesday and a closed campus implemented when it re-opened this morning.

Havre Public Schools listed security measures in a post on its website at https://www.blueponyk12.com Tuesday when it announced school would be held today at the high school.

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