Snapchat post featuring gun, threat prompts Clayton High School to close Monday

Snapchat post featuring gun, threat prompts Clayton High School to close Monday

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Clayton High School in an image from Google Street View School officials in Clayton say they have closed the high school Monday because of what they believed was a "threat" toward the school that was posted by a Clayton student on Snapchat. School officials later determined that the post was not directed at Clayton High, but a re-post of an image referencing Clovis High School in New Mexico. The image showed a person with a gun and referenced the acronym "CHS," which is also Clayton High’s acronym. "While we are still investigating why one of our students would choose to repost that image, our partners at the Clayton Police Department have assured us there was never a direct threat to Clayton High School," said Clayton Superintendent Sean Doherty in a statement released Monday afternoon. Parents who saw the post alerted school administrators and police at about 2:30 a.m. Monday. […]

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