Spokane police investigate threat towards Gonzaga Prep, find no safety concern
SPOKANE, Wash. — An email sent by school administrators to Gonzaga Prep parents and guardians Monday morning addressed a possible threat made to the school.
In the email, Gonzaga Prep Principal Cindy Reopelle informed parents that school administrators were made aware of the possible threat. After investigating the situation, Spokane Police found no safety concern and encouraged the school to continue with normal activities.
Police will be present on campus Monday to reassure the community of its safety.
The school expressed its gratitude for SPD for their “quick and thorough response.”
The full email can be read here:
Dear Parents and Guardians,
I want to let you know that last night our school life administrators were made aware of a possible threat to the safety of our school. The police were informed and they investigated the situation. The police officers found no viable threat, and encouraged us to continue with normal activities. Police are present on campus this morning, and periodically throughout the day, to reassure our community of its safety. We are grateful to the Spokane Police Department for their quick and thorough response.
We continue to promote, “see something, say something”, and are grateful to the students and families that brought this concern to our attention.
Blessings to you and your family,
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