Did parents get enough information?
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Tuesday morning, the Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gregory Maass alerted high school parents an e-mail threat was received overnight. It was up to parents whether or not to send their children to school. Near the end of school, Maass said the threat was reckless and there is no danger. We want to know, did you feel the incident was handled well? Did you get enough information? How would you have handled it differently? Vote in our poll and leave your comments in the comment section below.
Superintendent says he believes the school is safe.
There is no danger at Marblehead High School after the high school received an e-mail threat late Monday night. Superintendent Dr. Gregory Maass released the following statement after the district conducted an investigation with the police department: "Late yesterday evening, the Marblehead Public Schools received a report of a possible threat at the high school involving the rumor of a weapon. School administration immediately contacted the Marblehead police and followed protocols and procedures to ensure the safety of our students and staff," the statement said. "The police and district administrators conducted an investigation into this report. After investigation by both the police and school administration, the school administration …