“Please help by talking to your children:” Racine Unified sends letter to parents on school threats
RACINE, Wis. (CBS 58) – The Racine Unified School District sent a letter to parents on Sunday urging them to talk with their children about the seriousness of making school threats.
The letter, signed by the superintendent, chief of schools and several police chiefs, states to also help children understand the negative impacts of posting or sharing threats on social media.
Classes at Case High School were canceled on October 23 due to a threat.
The letter can be read below:
RUSD Parents and Guardians, please read this important message regarding school safety.— Racine Unified (@RacineUnified) November 4, 2018
Padres y Tutores de RUSD, por favor lean este mensaje importante referente a la seguridad escolar. pic.twitter.com/vXlVSKLpRV