UPDATE: (5/13/19, 1:28 p.m.)
Harrison County Schools says the person who made the threat has been identified and “appropriate action has been taken.”
HARRISON COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – There will be an increased police presence at Harrison County High School Monday morning, after the district says a threat was written on a restroom stall.
Harrison County Schools says it was made aware of the threat Friday.
The district says the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office and Cynthiana Police are investigating.
A decision has been made to have school Monday.
The superintendent’s office says the Harrison County Sheriff and Cynthiana Police Department’s Chief of Police support the decision to have classes as scheduled.